Editorials: Richard Ebeling

The Berlin Wall and The Spirit of Freedom

This November marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. On November 9, 1989, as the shaky East German communist government resigned, the Berlin Wall came tumbling down.

Gordon Tullock: Economist Who Explained Why Government Corruptly Grows

Why is it that government grows in size and scope, and is so difficult to stop or reverse?

Benjamin Constant: A Principled Voice of Liberty Worth Recalling

October 25th marked the 247th birthday of one of the greatest voices of liberty, the French political philosopher of freedom, Benjamin Constant.

The Austrian Economist Who Should Have Received Nobel Prize

On October 13th, the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economics was announced in Stockholm, Sweden, with French economist, Jean Tirole, the recipient for his work on developing models to better assis

Winning Freedom Requires Radical Solutions

Suppose that there was a button in front of you that if you pushed it would, in one instant, abolish all the governmental controls and regulations on the U.S. economy.

Ludwig von Mises and the Austrian Theory of Inflations and Recessions

Eighty years ago, in the autumn of 1934, there appeared in English one of the most important books on money and inflation penned in the twentieth century, The Theory of Money and Credit

Celebrating The Work Of Nobel Prize Winning Economist, F.A. Hayek – A Man Who Has Made the 21st Century a Freer and More Prosperous Time

Forty years ago, on October 9, 1974, the Nobel Prize committee announced that the co-recipient of that year’s award for economics was the Austrian economist, Friedrich A. Hayek.

Democracy is Not the Same as Freedom

A fundamental fallacy of our time is that democracy is the open-sesame to peace, freedom, and prosperity.

The Miracle and Morality of the Market

One of the great fallacies arrogantly believed in by those in political power is the notion that they can know enough to manage and command the lives of everyone in society with better results than

Proud to be an American: What Should It Mean?

America! For more than two hundred years the word has represented hope, opportunity, a second chance, and freedom.