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April 29, 2021
Jeffrey Tucker

The Anti-Lockdown Movement Is Large and Growing

“The reason why the lockdown advocates are intensifying their perception and exercise of hegemony right now is to forestall the possibility that the entire lockdown praxis will fall into massive disrepute. They will not get their way. Let the blowback begin.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker

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James Bovard

A Grim Reaper Speaks

“The only unifying thread in Biden’s spiel was that it was written by the same White House speechwriting team. Biden boasted that the economy would grow by 6% this year – but insisted that a massive new jobs program was necessary. Biden claimed that extending schooling would greatly benefit children at the same time that his administration continues to undermine parents’ efforts to get public schools reopened five days a week.” ~ James Bovard

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Vincent Geloso

The Interest Groups Behind the Asylum in America

“Those who are interested in the underlying causes of the expansion of governments should do well to remember the example of American asylums. Governments can grow for seemingly noble motivations, but there is always an opportunity for self-interested groups to tag along in ways that will matter later when the time comes to assess outcomes.” ~ Vincent Geloso & Raymond J. March

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Robert Hughes

U.S. Economy Posts Widespread Gains in the First Quarter

“The U.S. economy posted strong growth in the first quarter but remains below pre-pandemic trend levels. Cessation of restrictive government policies will support a return to pre-pandemic levels of activity.” – Robert Hughes

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Thomas L. Hogan

Burning Issues of Government Spending

“Government spending starts with taking money from taxpayers and setting 20 percent of it on fire. Even if the remaining funds were spent on very efficient projects, they have very little chance of creating net benefits for the economy.” ~ Thomas L. Hogan

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Michael Esfeld

The New Enemies of the Open Society

“It is high time that we become aware of the crossroads at which we stand. Doing so requires a sober attitude that does not allow itself to be clouded by the fears stirred up by the new enemies of the open society; namely the respect and trust in what distinguishes each and every one of us as a rational living being: the dignity of the person, which consists in her freedom of thought and action.” ~ Michael Esfeld

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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims Continue to Fall as the Economy Gains Momentum

“Initial claims fell again in the latest week, continuing a favorable trend and suggesting an improving economic outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Amelia Janaskie

Covid Outcomes: Rankings Versus Reality

“In a court of law, the burden of proof falls on those who wish to take away the liberty of the accused. Likewise, in the realm of policy, the burden of proof should be on those who wish to impose laws and restrictions on an otherwise free population. This practice is not only morally sound but practically sound as well. Public health interventions ought to be justified through rigorous cost-benefit analysis and honest conversations about the limitations of the policies involved.” ~ Amelia Janaskie & Ethan Yang

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Art Carden

Markets Help People Care For You Without Caring About You

“To those of you who are working to reduce transaction costs and find easier ways for strangers to cooperate, this absent-minded professor offers a heartfelt ‘thank you.’ Yes, I will try to be more careful next time–but as someone who routinely misplaces keys, coffee cups, sunglasses, and so on, I appreciate the efforts of those working to make these unfortunate incidents a little less disastrous.” ~ Art Carden

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