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“Industrial output rose in May and is closing in on pre-pandemic levels. However, substantial excess capacity still exists. While reopening the economy is boosting demand, incomes, and confidence, rising prices are a concern. However, a runaway inflationary spiral remains unlikely.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
“Allegations that higher income earners don’t pay their ‘fair share’ of taxes are a mainstay misrepresentation of the political left. When the facts say otherwise, they simply twist the facts and ignore more serious studies. ProPublica’s latest effort is just one more of a long line of such analytical abuses, whose details have varied over time in search of what can be most effectively used to mislead citizens.” ~ Gary M. GallesREAD MORE
“Retail sales fell in May with noticeable weakness among discretionary spending. However, solid consumer fundamentals suggest a positive economic outlook, despite some recent upward pressure on prices.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
“Imposing the use of Bitcoin by force through a software oligopoly–through a scheme which may ultimately pose a threat to the entire El Salvadoran economy–is almost as far from Satoshi’s Bitcoin objectives as the fiat dollar is.” ~ Peter C. EarleREAD MORE
“If you who claim to identify a market failure could, but don’t, voluntarily put your own money where your mouth is in an attempt to address that alleged failure, why should anyone listen to your pleas for government to coercively put other people’s money where your mouth is?” ~ Donald J. BoudreauxREAD MORE
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