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Robert Hughes

Job Openings Soar to Another Record High in April

“Job openings soared to a new record in April, suggesting a tightening labor market.” – Robert Hughes

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David McGrogan

Support for Lockdowns: A ‘Bootleggers and Baptists’ Phenomenon

“This goes a long way toward explaining the behavior of white collar professionals during the pandemic: they have been acting out of a genuine sense of virtue, but they have also done rather well out of doing so, at least in the short term. It’s not one or the other, and high and low motives are not mutually exclusive – it’s both in combination that does the trick.” ~ David McGrogan

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Richard M. Ebeling

Free Market Liberalism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

“The recent 11 days of warfare between Israel and Hamas in Gaza has once more raised the issue of one-state or two-state ‘solutions’ to the over seven decade Israel-Palestinian conflict. In the long run, neither is a viable option outside of a politics of individual liberty and an economics of free markets.” ~ Richard M. Ebeling

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Thomas L. Hogan

Problems of Federal Reserve Policy—and How to Solve Them

“To stabilize the economy, informed citizens must study the faults of discretionary central banking and call for reforms to protect against them. ‘Money and the Rule of Law’ accomplishes the first goal. The second is up to us.” ~ Thomas L. Hogan

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Ethan Yang

The Ancient Desire for Freedom

“From the ancient Epic of Gilgamesh to the cutting-edge work of today’s scholars, liberty has shown itself to always be unfinished business. Every generation has stories of struggle and wisdom to share on the maintenance of a free and open society, humanity’s greatest innovation.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert Hughes

AIER’s Leading Indicators Index Remained Solidly Above Neutral in May

“AIER’s Leading Indicators Index remained solidly above neutral suggesting continued economic growth, but labor issues, materials shortages, and logistical problems are pressuring prices, drawing increased scrutiny for policymakers.” – Robert Hughes

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