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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Are Flattening Out

“The declining trend in weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits may pause briefly, but a tight labor market and a record number of open jobs should continue to drive initial claims lower.” – Robert Hughes


Daniel Mitchell

The Adverse Economic Consequences of “Basic Income”

“Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a referendum for basic income back in 2016. Further, Joe Biden expressed skepticism about the idea back in 2017, but he obviously has had a change of heart, given his current support for big, per-child handouts.” ~ Daniel J. Mitchell


Vincent Geloso

Don’t Blame Amazon, Blame Government Policies!

“Remedies such as using antitrust legislation or implementing additional regulations would amount to the pyromaniac acting as firefighter. After all, the problem may simply be caused by too much government intervention in the first place.” ~ Vincent Geloso


Ethan Yang

Cracks in the Great Wall-Part One: The CCP at 100 Years

“China’s authoritarian policies have consequences and it seems like the chickens are starting to come home to roost. This should be another reason to double down on our confidence in the superiority of a free and open society, an objective that we can safely pursue to our own benefit, whereas the Chinese cannot.” ~ Ethan Yang


Joakim Book

The Business of Time is to Tick, Tick, Tick…

“Time, its measurements, and what they have given rise to in the form of navigation and information, is clearly much more than the routine moving of hands across the dials of an old grandfather clock. Rooney shows us how.” ~ Joakim Book


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