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Robert Hughes

AIER’s Leading and Roughly Coincident Indexes Were Favorable in November

“The U.S. economy expanded in November but concerns about the future linger. The potential for renewed lockdown policies to restrain future growth remains significant.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Consumer Credit Rose in October

“Slow consumer credit growth may be a positive for consumers, though weakness in the labor market and increasing restrictions on economic activity are threats to the outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Stacey Rudin

Why Did the U.S. Copy China on Virus Control?

“Our governments are ignoring public health ethics. They have hijacked science, imposed life-altering edicts based on bad theories, manipulated everyone with media and technology, and now tell us we can never return to normal. What is the endgame? It can’t be good.” ~ Stacey Rudin

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Donald J. Boudreaux

Twelve Principles of International Trade: Part 2

“Foreigners do not treat us ‘unfairly’ if they insist on sending to us more imports in exchange for a given amount of our exports (or, what is the same thing, if they accept fewer of our exports in exchange for a given amount of what we import from them). Accusing foreigners in such a case of treating us unfairly makes no more sense than accusing your employer who gives you a raise of treating you unfairly.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux

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Richard M. Ebeling

Why Hayek was Right About Nazis Being Socialists

“I would further ask him to concede that whether he agrees with the ends and goals of other socialists, their use of command and control and their introduction of some form of institutional central planning to pursue their declared ‘social good’ makes their system just as much a ‘socialist’ one as any other that Ronald Granieri might endorse or look more favorably upon. So, whether he likes it or not, the Nazis, too, were socialists, just a different stripe than the ones he feels more comfortable with.” ~ Richard M. Ebeling

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