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Jeffrey Tucker

Lockdowns and the Texas Power Disaster

“That one of the results is the loss of power and water for millions of people, endangering lives across the whole state of Texas, is fully in keeping with the Medieval approach to pandemic management.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker

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Edward Stringham

A Suddenly Soaring Stock Price Might Be Bad for Business (Video)

“I went on Cheddar TV to discuss the risk to companies from the wild speculative buying inspired by investor chatrooms. Eventually the fundamentals have to catch up else the highs are unsustainable.” ~ Edward Stringham

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Robert Hughes

Housing Permits Surge in January

“The housing market continues to be a bright spot for the economy, supported by low mortgage rates and increased demand.” – Robert Hughes

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Ethan Yang

The Abuse of Emergency Powers and Lockdowns

“Without significant efforts to push back and reclaim our liberties, lockdowns can and will leave a permanent mark on our system of limited government. What should keep every freedom-loving citizen up at night is not Covid-19 but the disease of authoritarianism that is slowly killing our liberal democracy. Pandemics come and go, but a free society is almost impossible to retrieve once it has been cast into the abyss of subjugation.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert Hughes

Initial Claims Hold Above 800,000 for Sixth Consecutive Week

“Initial claims rose again, holding above 800,000 for the sixth consecutive week. Recent data suggest the labor market remains fragile.” – Robert Hughes

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Alexander W. Salter

The Banking System and the Evolution of Money

“Many of the public policies that shackle the financial sector are designed to do so, because they help governments accomplish some other political objective. Engaging these political considerations, and how they impinge on banking and finance, is critical if we want to understand the history of monetary institutions, especially in the United States.” ~ Alexander W. Salter

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Daniel Mitchell

Government Schools: More Bureaucracy, Lower Performance, and Higher Costs

“We got more teachers with all that money, but the main outcome was a massive expansion in the number of education administrators and other bureaucrats.” ~ Daniel J. Mitchell

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