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May 23, 2022
Robert E. Wright

Preparing for Payment System Fragility

“Inflation creates many problems, including an increased risk of payment system glitches, like the shuttering of banking and credit card networks, leaving individuals economically stranded.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Byron Carson

A Market for Mosquito Control?

“In addition to the standard factors of mosquito control, perhaps we should consider the role economic freedom plays. Such institutions enhance competition, encourage innovation, and lead to more opportunities to kill mosquitoes.” ~ Byron B. Carson III

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Richard Gunderman

The Perils of a Modern Babel

“Pursuing a modern Babel project through social media technology is not any better than the ancient Biblical project pursued with bricks.” ~ Richard Gunderman & Mark Mutz

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May 22, 2022
Nicholas Curott

“Woke” Fed Fell Asleep on the Job

“With inflation raging at the highest rate in 40 years, it is time to reexamine the Fed’s legitimate responsibilities.” ~ Nicholas Curott & James McClure

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Gregory Bresiger

Rutgers, Lawsuits, and Buyer’s Remorse

“The federal lawsuits, one a class action and the other a whistleblower litigation, claim the New Jersey business school concocted the hoax to obtain top ratings with publications such as U.S. News & World Report.” ~ Gregory Bresiger

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May 21, 2022
David Waugh

Michael Graham

Michael Graham is Managing Editor at InsideSources.

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Mark Mutz

Mark Mutz is a lawyer in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Gregory Bresiger

Gregory Bresiger is an independent financial journalist from Queens, New York. His articles have appeared in publications such as Financial Planner Magazine and The New York Post.

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James McClure

James E. McClure (Ph.D., Purdue University, 1983) is an economics professor at Ball State University, where the focus of his teaching and research is microeconomics. His research has been published in journals such as Economic Inquiry, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Bioeconomics, and Econ Journal Watch.

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David Gillette

All Costs Considered

“When facing calls to ‘do something’ no matter the cost, we must remember that there is no magic wand, nor are there solutions, only trade-offs.” ~ David Gillette & Caroline Wright

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