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February 9, 2021
Jeffrey Tucker

Who Wanted Pandemic Lockdowns?

“That we will look back with astonishment at what has happened to the world is a near certainty. The folly! And people of the future will never stop asking that great question of why. The answer is finally unsatisfying. It was a massive screw up by people and groups who wanted to try something completely new, none of whom were willing to bear responsibility for the results. It will be up to the rest of us to pick up the pieces and get life on the right track again.” ~Jeffrey Tucker

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Robert Hughes

Job Openings Increase in December, But Labor Questions Remain

“Job openings rose in December, but overall labor market data remain mixed, suggesting the outlook is cautiously optimistic but still highly uncertain.” – Robert Hughes

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Barry Brownstein

Will the Fed’s “Feelgood” Medicine Cause an Economic Collapse?

“The promise of cheap money leading to perpetual asset price sunshine may seem like a reality today. Tomorrow the consequences will be like Dr. Feelgood’s needles. To avoid the worst, markets—not politicians or bureaucrats, must be free to uncover the real cost of borrowing money.” ~ Barry Brownstein

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Jon Sanders

Price-gouged and Happy About It

“When the anti–price gouging law is in effect, being able to buy a necessity here is a matter of timing: being on store premises at or shortly after a shipment arrives. Then you can buy it, and not even at the market price, but at the pre-emergency price enforced by the government. Everyone else is out of luck.” ~ Jon Sanders

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Robert Hughes

Small-Business Survey Weakens Again in January

“Small-business confidence posted a third consecutive decline in January, suggesting a growing concern about the economic outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Joakim Book

Voting with Your Feet

“The essence of foot voting, like private-sector decisions, is that you decide. In my mind, this selection point is the strongest indication that foot-voting outperforms ballot-voting: with enough ranges of options available for potential movers, they can choose a package that best suits them.” ~ Joakim Book

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Sandy Szwarc

How a Virus Was Used To Transform a Free Country — Part 2

“As Americans grow increasingly more desperate, the government continues to restrict peoples’ options. The CARES Act epitomized the tenet of redistribution of wealth, growing the numbers of Americans dependent upon the government, and vastly increasing the size and power of government.” ~ Sandy Szwarc

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