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George Gilder

An Egregious Statistical Horror Story

With the latest reports of plummeting death rates from all causes, this crisis is over. The pandemic of doom erupted as a panic of pols and is now a comedy of Mash-minded med admins and stooges, covering their ifs ands and butts with ever more morbid and distorted statistics.

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Edward Stringham

Seminar with Edward Stringham, Knut Wittkowski, David Henderson, and Bill Luddy (Video)

The American Institute for Economic Research held a live seminar with Knut Wittkowski, David Henderson, and Bill Luddy. The topic: whether we have to choose between health and wealth.

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Robert Hughes

Nondefense Capital-Goods Orders Excluding Aircraft Remain in a Flat Trend

Core capital-goods orders remain in a flat trend, but ongoing restrictions on business activity will likely result in distorted economic data for several more months.

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Robert Hughes

Struggling Economy Sends Consumer Sentiment Tumbling Again in April

The unprecedented economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak is distorting economic activity, crushing the labor market, and pummeling consumer sentiment.

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David Hart

The Urgent Need for Intellectual Change

The rebuilding of a free society after this chaos is over will require a great deal of work in the above four areas: mathematics, moral philosophy, history, and economics. In my darker moments I think that in fact we have gone back to ground zero in all these areas.

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Thomas L. Hogan

Small Business Lending Is Not the Fed’s Job

During times of economic crisis, should emergency loans to small businesses be made by the Department of Defense, Department of Education, or Department of State? I suspect most Americans would say “No” to all three. If needed, emergency loans to small businesses can be made by the Treasury or Small Business Administration. It’s not the […]

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Joakim Book

It’s Not Capitalism Bringing Us Deaths of Despair

In recent years, authors left and right have tried to draw our attention towards the ills of the white working class, the “losers” of globalization. Here is a look at the latest work of Princeton professors Anne Case and Angus Deaton: Deaths of Despair.

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Richard M. Ebeling

Herbert Spencer on Equal Liberty and the Free Society

The world in which we presently live, unfortunately, demonstrates that we are still far from fully being those human beings developed in their character and senses of right and wrong to properly understand and defend our own freedom and that of others, as well.

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Jeffrey Tucker

There Will Be Blowback, In Mostly Good Ways

Our lives in the coming years will be defined by forms of backlash, as a much needed corrective. You can’t take away everyone’s rights, put a whole people under house arrest, and abolish the rule of law without generating a response to that in the future.

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