But you should recognise that your statement is in itself, experiential and a posteriori.
Hoppe's anti-inductive stance is only one more pony in the Kantian intellectual stable, I think.
I hesitate to stick the label of prejudicial motives on him, but the end result is always going to cause loss of self-authority for the individual consciousness. Ultimately, anti-induction is anti-conceptual, and anti-ego.
If you throw out time-invariable causation you throw out the application of any theory ever conceived. Maybe some causes are not time-invariable--who knows? But there is no point considering that possibility when dealing with theories.
In the case of Hans-Hermann Hoppe, he was talking about politco-economic systems.