Is Austrian Economics Ideological?

Per Bylund

“A common critique, if not outright dismissal of Austrian economics, is that it is “ideological.” The connotation is that it is not a reliable framework for analysis, but rather a consistently slanted worldview. What is ideological cannot be a science, because it is by definition anything but neutral to the facts.

This critique always struck me as odd considering the history and theorizing of Austrian economics.”