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Ethan Yang

Supreme Court Grants Rare Win For Economic Freedom

“The Court’s decision marks a step in the right direction towards a judicial regime that enforces the Constitution and does not view it as simply a welcome mat for the ambitions of state actors. Although it is only one decision, it should send a clear signal that in this country, under this constitution, the inalienable rights of individuals shall be protected from the mob as well as the Leviathan.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert Hughes

Manufacturing Sector Sees Strong Demand but Struggles with Labor and Materials Shortages and Rising Input Prices

“The Institute for Supply Management survey of manufacturers suggests robust demand for manufactured goods, but also continued labor, production, and logistical issues as well as upward pressure on materials costs.” – Robert Hughes

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James Bovard

Federal Farm Policy Is Corrupt Regardless of the Latest Uproar

“Lamentably, this ethical gold standard vanished from American public life long ago. Or maybe politicians simply ‘defined down’ robbery? Regardless of the results of any investigations into the former Secretary of Agriculture, the only way to fix federal farm subsidies is to abolish them.” ~ James Bovard

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Robert Hughes

Declining Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Reflect Strengthening Economy

“A tight labor market and a record number of open jobs should continue to drive initial claims lower.” – Robert Hughes

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David McGrogan

Healthy Societies Prioritize the Young

“We required children and young adults not just to put their lives on hold, but to mortgage their futures, when a system of focused protection like that advocated in the Great Barrington Declaration would likely have achieved better outcomes at much lower cost to the young. We are going to have to grapple with finding a way to make it up to them – and fast.” ~ David McGrogan

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Caroline Breashears

The Politics of “Resilience”

“The ethics of prioritizing some groups over others clearly do not concern her any more than the shift away from individual concerns. Ms. Walton is clearly unaware that she is taking her city down the well-trodden road to serfdom.” ~ Caroline Breashears

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