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Robert Hughes

New Orders for Durable Goods Rose Again in July, but Details Are Mixed

Durable-goods orders rose for a second consecutive month, but the trend is essentially flat over the past year. Erratic, politically motivated policy remains the biggest risk to the economy.

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Max Gulker

What My Friends on the Left Need to Know About the Green New Deal

A plan like Sanders’ Green New Deal will not successfully achieve the goals it lays out, and is likely to cause significant damage to the economy.

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Chloe Anagnos

Hot-Car Deaths Are Heartbreaking, but Shouldn’t Be an Excuse for More Regulation

While the goal is an honorable one, considering that added layers of safety would help to prevent deaths, the unintended consequences of flooding the car industry with a greater number of regulations aren’t being addressed.

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John Tamny

Supply Siders Losing Ground in the White House

If the economy falters, supply side policies will be blamed. That would be unfortunate. Supply side hasn’t been tried yet.

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Peter C. Earle

The Obama Film American Factory Backfires

The Obamas may have intended to make a film about workplace culture clashes, but American Factory is at its core damning snapshot of American labor entitlement in an age of increasing globalization.

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Vincent Geloso

Forests Make a Comeback

The tree cover of the planet is increasing, thanks mostly to increased efficiencies in food production. 

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Michael Munger

The Decline and Fall of Fiscal Conservatism

Deficits are future taxes.

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