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Daniel Mitchell

Baptists, Bootleggers, and (Pretend-) Meat

“There are plenty of things in life that are unhealthy and/or dangerous. Maybe I’m just a knee-jerk libertarian, but I think adults should be free to make their own choices about the levels of risk they’re willing to incur.” ~ Daniel J. Mitchell

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Randall Holcombe

To Mask, Or Not? Should I Yield to Authoritarians Who Resist Authority?

“I work at a state university that is actively opposing the policy of those above them in the hierarchy of state government. Should I yield to these anti-authoritarian authoritarians and wear a mask?” ~ Randall G. Holcombe

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Robert Hughes

Fears of Delta Variant Send Consumer Sentiment Plunging in Early August

“Consumer sentiment plunged in early August as consumers react to the spread of the Delta variant and rise in new Covid cases. The survey results add to the list of risks challenging the economic outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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James Bovard

Nixon’s Gold Treachery Made Me a Cynic

“If the government continues on this path, it is only a question of time until fresh debacles result. But from the economic wreckage, a new generation of cynics may arise who do a far better job of putting politicians back on a leash.” ~ James Bovard

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Robert E. Wright

Critical Economic Theory

“Critical Economic Theory can provide the knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary to stimulate real public policy debates instead of whatever lunacies currently take place on social media outlets.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Peter C. Earle

How Palladium Became a Target of Criminal Syndicates

“The over six-fold increase in palladium prices have led to organized criminal activity. But between natural scarcity, lockdowns, and increasing environmental regulations, innovation offers the only current promise of relief.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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