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Jeffrey Tucker

West Side Story, Sixty Years On

Now comes our own rumble called election year, and the weapons of choice keep escalating: fists, hoses, belts, chains, knives, guns, and where does it end? There is a lesson here for all of us, and it is fitting that the remake on Broadway makes this obvious parallel explicit.


Robert Hughes

Consumer Confidence Holds Steady While Home Prices Move Higher

Consumer confidence remained high in February, supported by a positive outlook for the economy and labor market. However, persistently rising home prices are weighing on housing activity.


Phillip W. Magness

Harvard Finally Stands Up to Academic Duplicity

A new profile of Berkeley economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman in the New York Times contained a fascinating revelation about the ongoing academic reception of their work. Late last year, Zucman was being courted for a faculty appointment by Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Although the department voted to approve the hire, Harvard’s […]


Chloe Anagnos

Elkhart, Indiana, Thrives Despite Obama Administration’s Policies

Former President Obama tweeted in honor of the anniversary of signing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Eleven years ago today, near the bottom of the worst recession in generations, I signed the Recovery Act, paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation […]


Peter C. Earle

The Effect of the Coronavirus on Financial Markets

We should take a sober, dispassionate look at forces acting upon the U.S. financial markets. Headlines indicating a “panic” are vastly overwrought.


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