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“Job openings fell but quits surged to a record in November. Enticing people back into the workforce could help ease supply problems and reduce upward pressure on prices.” ~ Robert HughesREAD MORE
“Demand for manufactured goods remained strong in December. Production issues continue to restrain supply and sustain upward pressure prices, but there are early signs of progress on some issues.” ~ Robert HughesREAD MORE
“If the Fed is to be a mere BoJ copycat, does that mean that it can keep US equities artificially elevated by a perpetually low policy rate? No more than the BoJ has been able to do for Japanese equities.” ~ Richard M. SalsmanREAD MORE
“The new art form, the one staring its opponents right in the face, is an art form of cohesion, community, tradition, and representation. It is part of a revolution in mores and behaviors that can help lead us out of the nihilism to which we have all fallen victim.” ~ Spencer KlavanREAD MORE
“Our lack of humility about what we can know and the worth of our value judgments in transforming reality is a problem in public life. Just about everyone would be better off if we had more contemplative realists like Hayek and Voegelin and fewer political activists.” ~ Todd MyersREAD MORE
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