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Keynesians--and "mainstream" economists in general--wrongly assume that consumption itself is a factor of production.
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The United States is facing perhaps its second-greatest economic crisis ever, and so far the government has taken page after page from Juan Peron's playbook.
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For all the talk that the government's policies of bailouts, printing money, and borrowing at record rates have "prevented" a second Great Depression, the truth is that all the government has done is to give the illusion of recovery while setting us up for an even worse Day of Reckoning.
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Government Make-Work Projects Will Not Be Key to Recovery
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Not only are they handing out money in a manner that imperils our future, but they also are demanding that it be spent on phantom things that intelligent people never would need in the first place.