Posts tagged Economic Freedom
Twitch Going Terminal?: Streaming Service Faces Multiple Controversies

The streaming platform, once known as a hub for gaming content has expanded in recent years to include variety streamers, ASMR channels, body-painting, political commentary, and all sorts of entertainment features. However, recent controversies, bannings, and their star streamer leaving the service leave many questions hanging in the air about what is going on with the platform.

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Foolish Financial Framing: The Phillips Curve Remains Despite Fed Claims

What framing is Mr. Powell speaking from, exactly? Does the head of the Fed intend to suggest that the very nature of the Phillips curve has shrunk in impact? Because I would posit instead that there are a multitude of things causing this shift that have little, if anything to do with the fundamental relationship between the employment and inflation.

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A Government Gone to Pot: Why Centralizing an Industry Leads to Failure

Those in charge woefully underestimated the size of their market, and also did not do their job of ensuring they had suppliers that would be able to meet the demand of their market lined up. This resulted in a catastrophic failure of a launch for the industry, which it is still reeling from and trying to recover from to this day.

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What is the Cost of Freedom? - The Economic Implications of Brexit

If the governments at play truly care about the interests of the people and the globe in question, and not just petty politicking over power, they will come to the table and hammer out a deal; one that respects the freedom and autonomy of British citizens, but also benefits everyone involved economically as well.

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Taxes and Trickle-Down: Challenging Economic Misconceptions

It must logically follow that cutting tax revenue will always hurt the deficit if we accept that the government is spending all of the tax money that it is bringing in, and that it must borrow to continue the programs that it is running. However, we must also recognize that running a deficit should be avoided when at all possible.

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