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John Tamny

The Protests In Cuba Tell a Much Bigger Global Story

“Hopefully the video images downloaded from the streets of Havana signal a successful push by the Cuban people to finally free themselves from tyranny. Those in power can’t arrest everyone, and if they try to, or if they try to bring physical harm to protesters, we’ll all know it.” ~ John Tamny


Thomas L. Hogan

Not Smart Financial Regulation

“U.S. financial regulators approved the NSFR despite the fact that their own evidence showed the costs of the rule exceed its benefits. That’s Not Smart Financial Regulation.” ~ Thomas L. Hogan


Robert Hughes

Core Retail Sales Posts a Sharp Gain in June

“Retail sales rose in June with broad gains among the categories. Solid consumer fundamentals suggest a positive economic outlook, though upward pressure on prices is a growing risk for consumer sentiment and consumer spending.” – Robert Hughes


Jordan Schachtel

‘Zero Covid’ Catastrophe: Participating Nations See New Records Across the Board

“There are no longer any ‘success stories’ involving nations using tyrannical means in an attempt to stop a virus. Zero Covid, as any rational person could have predicted a long time ago, has failed in spectacular fashion.” ~ Jordan Schachtel


Ethan Yang

Let’s Not Pretend We Defeated Lockdowns

“Despite the evidence, despite the advocacy, despite the public outcry, the lockdowners had their way with society. Some of them have gotten away with blatant hypocrisy while in positions of authority. The list is so large the Heritage Foundation even has a database to list the notable incidents.” ~ Ethan Yang


Clifford Thies

About That Recession

“The mild decline in the economy might have escaped notice if not for the shutdown. But, the shutdown sealed the fate of the economy. In a similar way, the mild decline prior to the attacks of 9-11 (2001) might not have turned into a recession if not for those attacks.” ~ Clifford F. Thies


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