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Most recent update: Jul 30th, 2016 - 12:50:20

Newsletters : Current Newsletters : 25 July 2016
Thought for the Day

"The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it - but in the end, there it is."

Winston Churchill

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Ludwig von Mises wrote the truth about economics in his book entitled Human Action.

It is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

No-one in seventy years has yet shown any part to be wrong.

So his theories still stand.

However our modern economic teaching appears to be based on the writings of people who have written stuff that has been shown to be wrong by many other people.

It doesn't matter who shows the theory to be wrong.

If it is wrong then why is it taught as if it is true?

Ribena lauded its black currant juice to the heavens for its healthy vitamin C content.

Two school girls proved that claim to be false.

Ribena was shamed and withdrew its lolly water from the market.

This happened because the mainstream media were prepared to investigate the claims and to print the obvious truth.

Congratulations to the brave people who made this happen.

Now do the same in economics.


Jul 25, 2016, 18:34

Creating Wealth and Keeping it

The New book by Phil Scott, President of the Foundation for Economic Growth.

"This book is good, damn good and no statistics!" Lindsay Gordon, MA, MSC, PHD.

Every serious economics student should have a copy and read this ground-breaking foundation of clear economic thinking. Real Economics explains how human actions shape our world and why so much seems to be going wrong for Western economies. This book will bring enlightenment for the general reader who will see why a few very wealthy are becoming exceedingly rich and the middle classes are on the road to serfdom.

See more: www.realeconomics.co.nz