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November 26, 2021
James Bovard

The Biden Crackdown on Thought Crimes

“Extremism has always been a flag of political convenience, and the Biden team, the FBI, and their media allies will fan fears to sanctify new government crackdowns. But what if government is the most dangerous extremist of them all?” ~ James Bovard

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Jon Sanders

A Different Perspective: How Threat-Free Are Americans from Covid-19?

“It’s a risk decidedly lower than what people have been made to believe. This belief, unhealthy in and of itself, has given way to tolerating dangerous government edicts while forestalling a grounded approach to individual risk assessment and management.” ~ Jon Sanders

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Robert E. Wright

Getting Real About Taxes

“It is high time that the federal government recognizes the creepy tax effects of inflation and gets real about taxes. It should forget about taxing unrealized capital gains, compensate victims of its inflationary policies, and begin to inflation-index everything.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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November 25, 2021
Barry Brownstein

How Hayek Can Transform Our Ingratitude into Gratitude

“Understanding Hayek transforms our thinking into a rich appreciation of how individuals cooperate and bring forth the miracles of the modern economy. With the opening of eyes long closed, our ingratitude becomes gratitude.” ~ Barry Brownstein

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Robertas Bakula

The Gospel of a 99% Consensus

“It is not surprising to see an array of messiahs come up with genocidal plans to banish all evil, that is, reliable energy — the blood of modern, long, and prosperous life — in the name of the revealed ‘truth.'” ~ Robertas Bakula

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James Harrigan

A Series of Miracles

“Take a cue from Lincoln and appreciate the blessings that we do enjoy rather than pining for things we don’t. Take a cue from the best America has produced and say a prayer of thanks. Happy Thanksgiving.” ~ James R. Harrigan

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November 24, 2021
Robert Hughes

Corporate Profits Hit a Record High in the Third Quarter

“Corporate profits hit a record high despite a tight labor market and rising input costs. Companies may be not only passing along higher costs to consumers, but also taking advantage of consumers’ willingness to pay higher prices and boosting profit margins.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

New Single-Family Home Sales Remain Brisk but Inventories Rise as Prices Continue to Surge

“New-home sales rose in October, but inventory rose faster, boosting months’ supply. Rising prices, higher mortgage rates, and continued inventory build should lead to slower price increases.” ~ Robert Hughes

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David Frisk

The Fire and the Dream

“The Fire Is Upon Us goes deeply into Buckley’s and Baldwin’s longstanding positions on civil rights and race, thus acquainting us better with the full dimensions of the issue—probably the most consequential one of the whole brimming decade.” ~ David B. Frisk

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Robert Hughes

Core Capital-Goods Orders Rise in October, to Another New Record High

“New orders for core capital goods rose again, hitting another record high. Continued strength for business investment is a positive sign for the economic outlook.” ~ Robert Hughes

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