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April 15, 2021
Jeffrey Tucker

Three Books on the Covid/Lockdown Catastrophe

“These are three of what will be thousands of books that will be appearing in the coming years on these tragic times. I’m willing to wager that most of these books will severely condemn the policy decisions of the last year, just as these have done. There will be a reckoning. These books are an excellent start.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker

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Robert Hughes

Industrial Output Rebounds in March

“Industrial output rebounded in March though the sector has a way to go for complete recovery. Other recent data suggest the economic outlook is improving significantly.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Retail Sales Surged to a Record High in March

“Retail sales surged to a record high in March. The last three months combined indicate a strong first quarter and along with other recent data suggest a sharply improved outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Gary Galles

Questioning Baseball’s Antitrust Curveball

“Americans would be far better off if, instead of further eroding Justice Holmes’ ruling, we upheld his ‘originalist’ Commerce Clause logic, and the limit it imposed on federal power to do what it wants, whether it advances our joint interests or not. After all, as recent events have made blindingly obvious, it is not hard to see that much of what is emanating from the beltway fits in the ‘or not’ category.” ~ Gary M. Galles

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Joakim Book

Is Opposing Lockdowns Seditious?

“Instead of having the red-shirters and the blue-shirters (or climate activists and deniers, nationalists or open border-types, lockdowners and covidiots) having it out in every aspect of integrated life – in the office, at the supermarket, on the town square, in the football stadium, even over what they voluntarily read on the Internet, and what the woke employees of the tech firms allow others to see – perhaps we can just, you know, leave each other alone…?” ~ Joakim Book

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Robert Hughes

Sharp Drop in Initial Claims Boosts Economic Outlook

“Initial claims fell sharply last week, suggesting a strengthening economy as government restrictions on consumers and businesses are eased.” – Robert Hughes

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Jeffrey Tucker

Medical Journal Warns About Masks’ Potentially Devastating Consequences

“No matter how many times these people repeat the word ‘science,’ they are promoting precisely the opposite of science: dogma. By contrast, Dr. Baruch Vainshelboim is pushing us to think more broadly and fundamentally, in a way that connects with pre-2020 intuition, and for this he deserves immense credit, as does Medical Hypothesis for having published this paper. Both make a courageous attempt to analyze the costs of adopting universal masking, which is to say advancing real science.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker & Jenin Younes

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