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Should the Fed Stop Tightening?

"The Fed should stay the course. Putting the nail in the inflationary coffin is more important than hyper-calibrating a 'soft… Read More

February 2, 2023

The FOMC: To Pause or Not to Pause?

"Given uncertainties surrounding the unusual stimulus and the lagged effects of monetary policy, it would be prudent to hold the… Read More

February 2, 2023

An Apostate Indicts Our Educational System

"Despite the hand-wringing from the education establishment that Thiel, Gibson, and others are doing something terrible when they persuade smart… Read More

February 1, 2023

The 1519 Project: An Antidote to Caricature?

"To suggest that the experience of slavery is a uniquely Black, or uniquely North American phenomenon does a great injustice… Read More

February 1, 2023

China: House Divided

"To paraphrase Abraham Lincoln, the Chinese commercial state cannot stand divided against itself. China will not cease to exist, but… Read More

January 31, 2023

Markets Aid Rhino Survival

"Exploring a free market approach to rhino preservation through village-managed property rights presents a clear option, similar to successful programs… Read More

January 30, 2023

Garet Garrett, the Great

"We could easily consider his first name an anagram for what his stance against the New Deal was, g-r-e-a-t, while… Read More

January 29, 2023

Headline Inflation Falls, But Core Inflation Remains Elevated

"At this point, it seems likely Fed officials will move forward with a 25 basis point hike. But how high… Read More

January 29, 2023

Choosing to Remain in the Global Market Economy

"People who have actually experienced the ‘security’ that comes from insulation from market forces understand that the price they pay… Read More

January 29, 2023

Four Ways to Get What You Want

"For most of our existence, life was solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short for pretty much everybody. Then we became… Read More

January 28, 2023

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