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housing starts and permits
Robert Hughes

New-Home Construction Falls While Permits Rise in January

Housing starts and permits were mixed in January; significant and sustained gains over coming quarters seem unlikely.

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Taleed Brown

The Dangers of Mandatory Paid Leave (Video)

At a recent hearing on Paid Family Leave before the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., thought herself brave and appropriate to harangue the only free-market witness – one out of seven – there. Paid-leave advocates ignore (or refuse to acknowledge) the ample literature that shows what happened in countries and states […]

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Vincent Geloso

The Underappreciated Trend in Mortality and Inequality

Most economists, left or right, care about human development. By human development, they mean more than simply increases in income. They refer to a greater ability for individuals to choose the lives they deem most fulfilling under continually weakening constraints. Regardless of their political leanings, most economists will also be concerned with the inequalities in […]

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Jeffrey Tucker

How Liberalism Can Survive Left-Right Polarization

We need to form in our minds a beautiful vision of the society and world we want to inhabit, not in its detailed operation like the central planners, and not as an end state like the socialist utopians, but in its ever-evolving institutions that serve human well being above all else.

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