Cyprus is the latest European nation to be bailed out by the IMF and EU. A tax on all bank deposits was used to raise revenue for the bailout for the first time, but it won't be the last time.
The strange cases of Jon Corzine and Julian Assange illustrate what is wrong with American justice. The system is so political and corrupt it comes across as a farce.
President Obama has claimed the authority to indefinitely detain any American who offers support to Al-Queda. Now he is funding Al-Queda fighters in Syria, should the president detain himself?
Chairman Bernanke visited the Senate Banking committee on Tuesday to answer questions about a new round of QE, the Libor scandal, and other challenges facing the American economy.
While all of the presidential candidates and several congressmen have proposed plans to reduce the national debt, none have produced a plan that actually solves the problem. This one will.
Austerity programs aim to cut the state, but they are being implemented in France and Greece without making the necessary changes to the economic system that Ron Paul advocates.
Money is often referred to as "capital," but in fact money and capital are two different things. The business cycle results from confusion over their separate roles in the economy.
The growing income disparity in America is becoming a bigger issue in politics. The real sources of this disparity highlights an area where liberals and libertarians can agree.