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November 18, 2020
Robert Hughes

Single-Family Home Constructions Stays Strong in October

“Single-family housing continues to be one of the strongest areas of the economy, supported by low mortgage rates and increased demand.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert E. Wright

Getting Covid Is Not a Crime

“As states begin to lock down/lock up again, our choice remains clear: one simple, tried and true rule that respects individual rights and liberties, or myriads of oppressive rules that work at cross purposes and are certain to be mocked now and in the future.” ~ Robert E. Wright

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Jerome Powell
William J. Luther

Filling Fed Vacancies Would Leave Biden with Few Options to Replace Powell

“Biden’s only other play would be to lean on historical norms. Fed Chairs rarely stick around to serve out their terms as mere Governors when they are not reappointed to the top spot. Janet Yellen resigned in 2018, when Trump replaced her as Chair with Powell, despite having nearly six years left on her term as Governor. Biden might hope Powell will follow suit.” ~ William J. Luther

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Thomas L. Hogan

Not All Government Spending is Stimulus

“Relief spending would be a much-needed blessing for many Americans. But paying people not to work does not stimulate the economy.” ~ Thomas L. Hogan

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AIER

Cost of Lockdowns: A Preliminary Report

“In the debate over coronavirus policy, there has been far too little focus on the costs of lockdowns. It’s very common for the proponents of these interventions to write articles and large studies without even mentioning the downsides.” ~ AIER Staff

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