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A Discussion on Critical Race Theory in a Free Society
“In this episode of AIER Authors corner, Ethan interviews Phillip W. Magness on his time spent in academia and the flourishing of far-left ideology such as critical race theory and intersectionality in scientific circles.” ~ AIERREAD MORE
Core Capital-Goods Orders Post A Strong Gain in April
“Manufacturers’ new orders for core capital goods hit another record high in April. The strong showing is a positive sign for the overall outlook.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
Unemployment and Bankruptcies – Is This Time Different?
“The recovery we are witnessing today is built on the crumbling foundations of the serial malinvestments which resulted from previous attempts to avoid the recessionary pain caused by the GFC. If structural inflation can be engendered, an escape from the worst ravages of overindebtedness may be nigh, but, until markets clear and zombies die, what economic growth there is will remain suboptimal.” ~ Colin LloydREAD MORE
“Many Americans once believed government officials unless/until they had good reason to doubt them but increasingly they disbelieve officials unless/until they have reason to believe them. Maybe that is a good thing as it will eventually induce Americans to ask why they continue to pay the salaries of people they cannot implicitly trust to do their respective jobs.” ~ Robert E. WrightREAD MORE
Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Reflect Strengthening Labor Market
“Initial claims for unemployment benefits continue to trend significantly lower, reflecting a strengthening labor market and rising economic activity.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
The Backward-Looking Storyteller
“History is slow, with fascinating moments and events scattered among tons and tons of mundane and inconsequential things. When we select some of them and weave them into an iconic story, we often make a mockery of the past – and ourselves a disservice.” ~ Joakim BookREAD MORE
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