Gary Wolfram, Ph.D.

Professor

<p><span>Gary Wolfram is the William Simon Professor of Economics at Hillsdale College.</span></p>

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Government intervention has businesses on hold and keeps job growth sluggish.



Like in 'Life of Brian,' protesters assume medicine, material goods will exist without the economic system that makes them possible.


The federal government has pursued arbitrary, rather than constitutional powers; the voters will decide if the nation will continue to drift away from freedom.


Newsweek editor argues against free markets, but evidence suggests regulation was to blame for economic collapse.


The market needs less government inefficiency not more to improve the system and lower health care costs.


Nobel winner Krugman advocates consumption approach, but other prize winners disagree.


Rule of law - not rule of men - is necessary for economic stability.


Current meltdown is the result of Washington's interference in free markets.


Media oversimplify problem, rely too much on consumer price index.


A look at how the Federal Reserve works, and its effects on the economy, reveals the source of many of today's issues.


Veto-proof farm bill shows the power of politics to take and redistribute our money.


Candidates race to present plans for the economy, education, health care and global warming - but a planned economy has never worked before.


Why we're not in another one ... but politicians could take us there.


We don't even know we've been in one until we're out.


What changes our exchange rate, and should we worry about it? BMI adviser Gary Wolfram explains.


Economically troubled state ironically turned to tax increases - a move that won't help its financial standing any time soon.


Bailing out a bum sector of the economy - with my money and yours - sends the message that people can do whatever they want without consequences. And that idea is how the mortgage problem started.


Dow record shows investor confidence, but the media worry over every aspect of the economy.


No one wants to talk about who should pay for whom.


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