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Chloe Anagnos

There’s a Growing Number of College Graduates Owing Nearly Half a Million Dollars

As politicians continue to promise privileges in exchange for votes, by telling Americans they have a “right” to education, we forget to see this problem for what it is: the result of a lack of personal responsibility.

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Robert Hughes

Labor-Market Strength Continues

Initial claims near 200,000 and private job openings near 7 million suggest the labor market remains tight, supporting personal incomes, consumer confidence, and future consumer spending.

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Jeffrey Tucker

“Do Something” Is a Dangerous Demand to Make of Politicians

If we really want the political class to do something, my humble suggestion that they stop fomenting tribal wars that fuel hatreds and instead point out the great lesson of modernity that people in all their diversity can work together in peace.

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Adam Thierer

Is There a Science of Progress?

Even if it proves to be an inexact science, the effort is worth undertaking.

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Veronique de Rugy

Fed Intervention in Real Time Payments Is Pointless and Maybe Destructive

the Fed should stay in its lane and stop trying to re-invent what banks are already doing.

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