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Robert Hughes

Manufacturers’ New Durable-Goods Orders Rebound in May

Manufacturers’ new orders for durable goods partially rebounded in May showing that as government restrictions are eased, economic growth is likely to re-emerge.

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Robert Hughes

Reopening is Helping Drive Initial Unemployment Claims Lower

Reopening of the economy should help bring an end to the policy-induced recession of 2020 but the damage has been severe.

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Art Carden

Slavery Did Not Enrich Americans

“The New History of Capitalism misfires badly, however, in its interpretation of these facts. Slavery was not necessary for cotton, and cotton was not necessary for industrialization. Had chattel slavery never taken hold in the United States, we would very likely be richer than we are today.” ~ Art Carden

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Donald Siegel

CDC Has Become Centers for the Destruction of Childhood

“We call on parents to reject CDC guidelines and the new normal at schools. We should no longer allow our children to be unwitting subjects in this deviant and unethical grand social experiment. CDC-enabled child abuse and its ongoing destruction of normal childhood development must end now.” ~ Robert M. Sauer, Donald S. Siegel, David Waldman

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Edward Stringham

Again, What Were the Benefits of Locking Down?

“With the evidence coming in that the lockdowns were neither economically nor medically effective, it is going to be increasingly difficult for lockdown partisans to marshal the evidence to convince the public that isolating people, destroying businesses, and destroying social institutions was worth it.” ~ Edward Stringham

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