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Phillip W. Magness

Fauci Pushes Goggles. Are Snorkels Next?

“It was my pleasure to join Liz Wheeler’s show ‘Tipping Point’ to discuss the devastating GDP figures and the broader economic contraction facing America as we continue to follow the flawed strategy of government imposed lockdowns. I also demonstrated a possible next phase of clothing mandate.” Phil Magness


Robert Hughes

Positive Signs for the Manufacturing Sector but Employment Remains Weak

The ISM Manufacturing survey showed another gain in July as orders and production expanded but the survey suggests labor dynamics remain weak.


Richard M. Ebeling

Paul Krugman’s Ad Hominem Defense of Central Banking

“Paul Krugman may hide behind rude and crude ad hominem attacks on those who do not share his views, but that does not prove his case. It only serves to harm his own reputation and legitimacy in the arena of public policy debate.” ~ Richard M. Ebeling


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Donald J. Boudreaux

My Covid Cri de Cœur

“I cannot explain why the public reacts rationally – that is, without much concern – to news of famous young people testing positive for COVID but, to other news about COVID, reacts irrationally. This discrepancy itself only causes me to worry further about our ability, or willingness, to put COVID in proper perspective in order to restore some semblance of civilized modern life.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux


Art Carden

William Harold Hutt: A Birthday Appreciation

“Hutt was a complex thinker in a difficult time who worked to split the difference between the best world we can imagine and the best world that is feasible subject to the constraints we face in the world we actually inhabit. As Ludwig von Mises put it, “Professor Hutt’s rank among the outstanding economists of our age is not contested by any competent critic.” May his contributions endure in our age and in ages to come.” ~ Art Carden


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