by Jeffry R. Fisher

I'm not a Nobel prize winning economist, so don't expect a book sized dissertation full of proofs. I'm just going to summarize what I believe, why I believe it, and some of the policies and legislation implied by my beliefs. Then I'll point at some books and the economists who wrote them, some of whom did win Nobel prizes. Therefore, finding "proofs" is left to follow up reading.

Almost all government acts these days have economic consequences, most of them bad. A large majority of political issues have economic arguments attached to them. Unfortunately, because most pundits decide their policies first and then construct arguments to support them, most of those economic arguments are bogus.

Some economic issues are so big or have such significant non-economic arguments attached that they deserve their own topics. See Education, Taxes, and Social Security.


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Jeffry R. Fisher is the founder and president of Propagate Ltd (, which is liberating digital content.