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China Smoking Gun Lockdowns
Jeffrey Tucker

China’s Role in Global Lockdowns: The Smoking Gun

This time last year, Americans were blindsided by a shocking policy to shut down the US economy to control a virus. The presumption of the officials who enacted this policy is that it would be far more deadly than it turned out to be. They further presumed that the virus could be controlled using state […]

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Robert Hughes

February Payrolls Jump but Details Are Less Robust

“Payrolls posted a big gain in February, but breadth was modest across the economy and many labor measures are still well below pre-pandemic levels.” – Robert Hughes

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The Great Reopening
Edward Stringham

The Great Reopening

“Please do not give up hope. In the Spring of last year, all seemed lost. As the Spring comes again, we are again reminded that history is nothing more than what we make of it. We are not its victims but its authors. Freedom will return!” ~ Edward Peter Stringham

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James Harrigan

Politicians Turn Problems Into Power

“Politicians make grandiose claims about their various and sundry programs because those claims resonate with the people who receive government largesse. In the end, people receive pennies on the dollar compared to what they could have received had we decided just to write a check. Our government has become a tool that politicians use to turn national problems into political power, so it should come as no surprise that they are not interested in solving problems at all.” ~ Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan

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Jeffrey Tucker

The Emancipation of Texas

“Even in the face of danger, Texas prefers the risk of freedom over the false security of obeying someone else’s belief of how life should be lived. Now they have their freedoms back. May they learn once again, as my Texas ancestors did, that they must fight never to have their freedoms taken away again.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker

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Robert E. Wright

Paternalism Remains Public Enemy Numero Uno

“So much easier, it is, to use the coercive power of the state to fund pet projects than to convince numerous individuals to give of their own accord! But take it from one who knows, paternalism most often leads to toil and trouble. Cancel not, lest ye be cancelled; he who summons the demons of the swamp may be consumed by those same demons.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Gilbert Berdine

Birth Dearth Nine Months Following COVID Lockdowns

“The unintended consequences of fewer births following lockdowns are an example of what the French economist Frederic Bastiat called, “that which is not seen.” It may be two years before birth data for 2020 are available from CDC. Local researchers need to examine their local data to answer these questions.” ~ Gilbert G. Berdine

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Michael Fumento

Space Exploration Is Best Left to Machines

“Human evolution has at best ground to a halt … and at worst is regressing. But machines march on and on. Whether they can eventually replace us in all ways is both definitional and a subject for another time. But in outer space? Yes, humanity will indeed boldly go where it hasn’t before. But in his creations, not in physical bodies.” ~ Michael Fumento

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