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John Tamny

The 1980s Called, And It Wants Its Industrial Paranoia Back

“Sad about it all is that formerly free market conservatives have joined the echo chamber this time around, and turned the volume way up. A $250 billion industrial policy bill reminiscent of ‘80s paranoia is the result. Good work, conservatives.” ~ John Tamny


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Robert Hughes

Consumer Sentiment Rebounded in Early June as Consumer Grew More Optimistic About the Economy

“Consumer sentiment recovered some of the May decline in early June, driven by improving expectations for the economy, jobs, and income. However, fears of rising prices are also weighing on consumer attitudes.” – Robert Hughes


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Anthony Gill

What’s the Matter with Cambridge?

“It is not just well-paid academics that exhibit this (presumably) counter-intuitive voting behavior. The top 300 wealthiest zip codes, those with the so-called ‘one-percenters,’ tend to favor Democrats over Republicans both in terms of financial contributions to campaigns, but also in ballots cast.” ~ Anthony Gill


Zachary Yost

The World May Be Getting Darker, But We Must Carry on the Light of Liberalism

“Liberalism is not merely an abstraction we fight to advance for its own sake, but rather for the sake of the flesh and blood of humans of the world, and in remembrance of those who have fought the good fight before us. As ‘society is sweeping towards de­struction’ let us keep in mind our own limited knowledge of the future and thrust ourselves ‘vigorously into the intellectual battle’ once more.” ~ Zachary Yost


Ethan Yang

A Conversation About Human Progress and Innovation

“On this episode of the Authors Corner, Ethan Yang speaks with Marian Tupy, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and the editor of The topics discussed touch on issues such as the rapidly improving living standards across the world, the causal factors of prosperity, the pace of innovation, and why the common narrative often distorts perceptions of human progress for the worse.” ~ AIER


James Harrigan

Bureaucracy as Constituency

“As long as the federal bureaucracy remains largely unchecked, expect to see that bureaucracy grow unabated. Expect to see laws getting longer and more complex by the year. And expect to see no one in Washington taking responsibility for a federal government that has been out of control for the better part of a century.” ~ Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan


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