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Comments Off on A Painful Lesson for German Taxpayers

INTERNATIONAL LIBERTY – I’ve been in Prague the past few days for a meeting of the European Resource Bank. I spoke today about a relatively unknown international bureaucracy called the European Resource Bank and I warned that it is going through a process of OECD-ization, which is simply my way of saying it is pursuing […]

Comments Off on Trade Wars Lead to Shooting Wars and Depressions

FEE.ORG – The current President of the U.S. has imposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum effective March 23, 2018 and proposes tariffs on products imported from China. He has also proposed revoking U.S. participation in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which has enabled a large expansion of trade between the U.S., Canada and […]