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Auto Sales Stage Partial Rebound Following A Two-Month Plunge
Robert Hughes

Unit Auto Sales Remained Weak in August

“Light-vehicle sales were little changed in August but remained well below pre-pandemic ranges. Inventory hit a new low, and prices continued to rise.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Unemployment Rate Jumps and Job Gains Slow in August

“Payrolls posted modest gains in August, and unemployment rates rose. Mixed signs for the labor market, sustained price pressures, and an intensifying Fed tightening cycle remain risks to the outlook.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Clifford Thies

Duginism

“Dugin sees this history, and embraces it. Lord Acton taught us, ‘power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.’ Dugin says, absolute power is wonderful.” ~ Clifford F. Thies

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John Staddon

Stratification Economics?

“We don’t know the reasons why the economics JEL committee denied Stratification Economics its own niche, but the facts amply justify their decision. The real fault, of course, is the fragmentation of social science that has allowed such problems to arise.” ~ John Staddon

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Alex Pollock

The Fed’s Tough Year

“The current push to expand the Fed’s mandates is consistent with Shull’s Paradox, which states that the more blunders the Fed makes, the more powers and prestige it gets. But we should be reducing the Fed’s powers and mandates, not increasing them.” ~ Alex J. Pollock

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