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John Tamny

Do Some Workers And Business Owners Secretly Prefer Lockdown Misery?

“About what’s been said, it should be stressed once again that it’s in no way a defense of the indefensible lockdowns. It’s merely an attempt to understand why some might prefer that the indefensible remain. One possibility is that a lack of competition is comfort for those who would prefer not to compete.” ~ John Tamny

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Robert Hughes

Harsh Weather Sank Industrial Output in February

“Industrial output was hurt by severe weather in February, but other recent data suggest the outlook is improving.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Retail Sales Fell in February But Remain Above Trend

“February retail sales fell from a record high in January. The two months combined indicate a strong first quarter and along with other recent data suggest the outlook is improving.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Bradley

Climate Alarmism Reconsidered

“Whatever the attraction, today’s climate alarm, now in its 33rd year, shows little sign of abatement within the green establishment or in government. The real threat is climate policy, not physical climate change itself. Affordable, reliable energy, free international trade, and lifestyle norms hang in the balance.” ~ Robert L. Bradley Jr.

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Barry Brownstein

Vaccine Passports are Cronyism

“Win-win outcomes arise from the capitalist mindset that others are peers whose freedom to opt-in or opt-out of any transaction we respect. Such a mindset orients us towards service and away from coercion. The crony mindset rationalizes exploiting the power of the state to profit by coercion and is anything but lovely.” ~ Barry Brownstein

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Jordan Schachtel

Unemployment in Free vs. Locked-Down States

“States like New York and California, where millions have been driven into financial ruin, imposed top-down draconian measures in order to ‘stop the spread.’ They have only registered significantly worse outcomes, on both a disease burden front in addition to the ruinous economic and societal side effects of lockdowns. Not a single top-down restriction supposedly intended to ‘stop the spread’ did anything statistically demonstrable to quell the virus problem.” ~ Jordan Schachtel

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Daniel J. Smith

What Trash Can Teach Us About Economics

“So, what does my trash teach us about economics? What is true of garbage, which should be a relatively straightforward service for a government to provide, is even more true of important and complex services, such as health care and education. Competition to serve customers is the best way to encourage human well-being.” ~ Daniel J. Smith

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