“Economic Freedom”

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Economic Freedom” By Phyllis Hunsinger October 1, 2019 https://www.free-dom.co.us, Phyllis Hunsinger © 2013 All Rights Reserved

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“Saving Money”

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Saving Money” By Phyllis Hunsinger September 1, 2019 How often do we as Americans think about saving money? How often do we encourage young people to develop the habit of saving money? Why do we need to save anyway? We save because we cannot predict the future. Saving money […]

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“Is Student Debt Cancellation Fair”

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy…“Is Student Debt Cancellation Fair”By Phyllis HunsingerAugust 1, 2019 Student debt cancellation is one of the major issues being advocated by current presidential candidates. Truly it is understandable why this is being promoted in a presidential campaign.Anytime a political candidate can concentrate the benefits of an interest group that may […]

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Life, Liberty, and Property

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Life, Liberty, and Property” By Phyllis Hunsinger July 1, 2019 Claude Frederic Bastiat was a French economist, legislator, and writer in the first part of the nineteenth century who championed private property, free markets, and limited government. His most famous work is The Law, which is the classic blueprint […]

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“The Broken Window Fallacy”

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “The Broken Window Fallacy” By Phyllis Hunsinger June 1, 2019 The broken window fallacy was first expressed by the great French economist, Frederic Bastiat, born June 29, 1801, and died Decembeer 24, 1850. Bastiat used the parable of a broken window to demonstrate why destruction does not benefit the […]

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Taking Capitalism For Granted

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… Paragraph Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Taking Capitalism for Granted” By Phyllis Hunsinger May 1, 2019 “Taking Capitalism for Granted” By Phyllis Hunsinger May 1, 2019 A Harris poll in March, 2019, revealed 61% of Americans aged between 18 and 24 have a positive reaction to the word, […]

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Ignore Economic Principles at Your Peril

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Ignore Economic Principles at Your Peril” By Phyllis Hunsinger April 1, 2019             The political climate today is overrun with proposals that sound good to the uneducated; however, there is a cautionary tale to be told.  Randomly promising free health care for all, higher minimum wage, a guaranteed income […]

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Who is Ludwig von Mises?

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Who is Ludwig von Mises?” By Phyllis Hunsinger March 1, 2019 Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises was one of the most notable economists of the 20h century. One of the fundamental axioms he popularized was praxeology, which is the science of human action, that is, that human beings engage […]

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The Righteousness Fallacy

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “The Righteousness Fallacy” By Phyllis Hunsinger February 1, 2019 Dr. Bo Bennett described the Righteous Fallacy, also known as the fallacy of good intentions, as the idea that one is correct because their intentions are pure. Throughout history this fallacy of good intentions may be observed, but nowhere is […]

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Economic and Demographic Starvation

Thoughts on a Free Market Economy… “Economic and Demographic Starvation” By Phyllis Hunsinger January 1, 2019 Thoughts in the December, 2018 blog examined the relation between the economy and population as explained in “When the Boomers Bail,” by Mark Lautman.  Economic development is about growing the economy faster than your population. With an influx of […]

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