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James Bovard

Congressional Hypocrisy and the Crackdown

“It is possible to condemn both the protestors who rampaged in the Capitol and the career politicians whose perennial abuses have destroyed Americans’ faith in the federal government. It would be especially unwise to confuse last week’s buffoonery with a bona fide coup attempt – which could happen if Washington continues disdaining too many angry Americans.” ~ James Bovard


Robert Hughes

Everyday Prices Rise Just 0.9 Percent in 2020

“Everyday prices increased just 0.9 percent in 2020. The pandemic and government restrictions are likely to distort relative prices, but overall trends are likely to remain moderate.” – Robert Hughes


Donald J. Boudreaux

Twelve Principles of International Trade: Part 4

“When combined with the empirically verified reality that increased trade between nations decreases the likelihood of those nations getting into shooting wars with each other, what is left of the national-security exception to the case for unilateral free trade is very narrow indeed.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux


Edward Stringham

Will the Trade War with China End Soon? (Video)

“The trade struggles with China began January 2018. Contrary to promises, it was not an easy win for the US. Tensions mounted to become a full-scale trade war. Then in 2020, administration officials began seriously to speak of an decoupling of the US and China – an unthinkably costly step in a digital world in which complex supply chains all over the world are essential to economic functioning. China, meanwhile, forged ahead making trade deals with countries all over the world. ” ~ Edward Stringham


Micha Gartz

What They Said about Lockdowns before 2020

“Significant present-day evidence continuously demonstrates that mass quarantine is both ineffectual at preventing disease spread as well as harmful to individuals. Learning the wrong lesson – assuming that mass quarantines are both good and effective – sets a dangerous precedent for future pandemics.” ~ Amelia Janaskie & Micha Gartz


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