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Robert Hughes

New Single-Family Home Sales Rose in December

“The single-family housing market remains a bright spot for the economy, supported by low interest rates and strong demand.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Real Gross Domestic Product Posted A Solid Gain in the Fourth Quarter, but Remains Below Trend

“Real gross domestic product continued to recover in the fourth quarter, posting a solid 4.0 percent gain, but remains below trend. The outlook is cautiously optimistic.” – Robert Hughes

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Peter Boettke

Thomas Sowell — Intellectual Maverick at Work

“Watching this documentary on Sowell, I am once more struck on how many fruitful research questions can be raised by pursuing the hypotheses he raises in his works. I also respect the clarity of his voice, and the clarity of his purpose.” ~ Peter J. Boettke

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Ethan Yang

Judge Temporarily Blocks Cuomo’s Indoor Dining Ban in Ongoing Lawsuit

“The judge recognized that the dining restrictions have caused irreparable harm and that halting the restrictions until the trial was over would be appropriate. For that reason and the belief that the petitioners had a strong potential to succeed based on the rational basis test, he granted a preliminary injunction against the dining ban.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert E. Wright

Fundamental Questions about Corporate Donations

“Corporate governance today, after all, is not democratic, even in the vague sense of representative. Generally speaking, corporate elections are not secret and hence voters, especially employee shareholders, are subject to coercion. Moreover, voting power is a function of the number and type of shares owned, and executives control the proxies of many shareholders by default.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Robert Hughes

Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Hold Above 800,000 For Third Week

“Initial claims for unemployment benefits fell in the latest week but the four-week average rose again as government restrictions continue to threaten the recovery.” – Robert Hughes

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John Tamny

As Tom Brady Reaches His 10th Super Bowl, Does Inequality Still Bother You?

“The unequal elevate those around them. Does anyone think the Patriots would have missed the playoffs had Brady stayed? Does anyone think the Buccaneers would be in the Super Bowl without Brady? Let’s be serious.” ~ John Tamny

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