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Robert Hughes

AIER Leading Indicators Index Suggests Continued Growth as Risks Grow

“AIER’s Leading Indicators Index posted a fourth consecutive small decline in July, falling to 75. While the pullbacks suggest that breadth of growth could narrow in the future, the July result remains at a level consistent with continued economic expansion in coming months, but the threats to future growth may be growing.” – Robert Hughes

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Ethan Yang

Give Hong Kong Residents a Path to Citizenship

“In the face of authoritarian dictatorships such as the CCP and in the context of our complicated great power rivalry with China, taking in Hong Kong refugees is one of the few moves we can make to advance our interests peacefully.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Joakim Book

Can Enemies Be Our Friends?

“Most of the things that divide us are none of anyone else’s business – what we eat, what we drive, what we wear, what medical procedures we have, what we drink, or whom we love. When did we forget that?” ~ Joakim Book

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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Continue to Hover Just Under 400,000

“Weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits fell again in the latest week but remain range-bound. A tight labor market and a record number of open jobs should help drive initial claims lower but rising Covid cases are increasing uncertainty.” – Robert Hughes

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Amelia Janaskie

Early America’s Socialist Utopias Offer Lessons for Today

“History constantly teaches us that socialism, even when implemented in different ways, will fail and obstruct the growth that communities could have otherwise enjoyed.” ~ Amelia Janaskie & Micha Gartz

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