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September 17, 2021
Garion Frankel

Angry about Unspent K-12 Education Funds? Support ESAs.

“If you’re angry about these ludicrous spending bills, the time to demand another option is now, and it all starts with schools. We’re in a mess, but ESAs could help guide us out.” ~ Garion Frankel

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Robert Hughes

Consumer Sentiment Improved Slightly but Remained Low in Early September

“Consumer sentiment remained weak in early September as consumers react to the one-two punch of elevated numbers of new Covid cases and rising prices for many consumer goods. The survey results suggest economic conditions in the second half of 2021 could be disappointing.” – Robert Hughes

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Richard M. Ebeling

The Tragedy of 9/11 and the Afghan Debacle

“Be prepared. Liberty will remain something to discount and whittle away in the name of ‘keeping America safe.’ And the high financial cost of playing global policeman will not diminish any time in the foreseeable future.” ~ Richard M. Ebeling

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Robert E. Wright

And Secure the Blessings of Liberty

“The government should protect Americans’ lives, liberty and property from foes foreign and domestic, and no more.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Alexander W. Salter

Constituting Constitutional Economics

“As Smith himself put it: ‘Little else is requisite to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism but peace, easy taxes, and a tolerable administration of justice.'” ~ Alexander William Salter

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September 16, 2021
Doug Bandow

Spendthrift Uncle Sam No Longer Can Afford to Run the World

“Washington should stop trying to run the world and concentrate on defending Americans. The U.S. would be safer- and save money in the process.” ~ Doug Bandow

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Max Borders

Born Unequal: Pondering the Natural Lottery

“Maybe I’m just a dreamer. But I think nonviolence and compassion can motivate a million acts of kindness towards those born with less.” ~ Max Borders

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Robert Hughes

Core Retail Sales Post a Strong Gain in August

“Retail sales rose in August with core retail sales particularly strong. Resilient consumer spending is a positive for the outlook but Covid is sustaining an elevated level of uncertainty.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Rose but the Four-Week Average Fell

“Weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits rose in the latest week but the trend remains lower. A tight labor market and a record number of open jobs should support the downward trend, but waves of new Covid cases will continue to boost uncertainty for the economic outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Theodore Gebhard

China’s Export Subsidies Are a Gift

“Misguided retaliation that would eliminate the advantages that cheaper Chinese goods offer would result in unnecessary self-inflicted costs and forgone benefits to the American economy.” ~ Theodore A. Gebhard

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