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Robert Hughes

More Mixed Signals for Labor Market

“Job openings and layoffs both rose in October, suggesting a mixed picture for the labor market. With new restrictions on the rise, the outlook remains highly uncertain.” – Robert Hughes

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Jeffrey Tucker

“We Hadn’t Really Thought Through the Economic Impacts” ~ Melinda Gates

“The authors of the Great Barrington Declaration never had any doubt that eventually most everyone would come to see that the traditional principles of public health prevail over the previously untested and now failed policy of lockdowns.” ~Jeffrey A. Tucker

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John Tamny

The Biggest Janet Yellen Red Flag Is George Akerlof

“While Yellen is surely smart in the book sense, there’s absolutely nothing remarkable about her economic knowledge. In truth, her ideology is very unoriginal, and is rooted in the hard-to-credit view that economic growth can be engineered via the forced redistribution of wealth from producers to consumers.” ~ John Tamny

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Fiona Harrigan

Covid Policies Have Caused Industrial Consolidation

“Lockdowns have increased inequality, concentrated wealth, and hurt the poor in ways opponents of capitalism claim free markets do.” ~ Peter C. Earle & Fiona Harrigan

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Barry Brownstein

There is a More Beautiful Melody than Fear

“A more beautiful melody would be the songs of liberty that remind us how human beings flourish and what free people can achieve. Such songs must be plentiful and unforgettable, or the sirens’ calls of authoritarians will rule the day during a social mood winter.” ~ Barry Brownstein

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Ethan Yang

Lockdowns and the Rule of Law

“The solution is quite simple; end the lockdowns and adopt a strategy that does not encourage tyranny. If that’s too much, then at the very least follow the law and be consistent, especially if you were the one who advocated for it.” ~ Ethan Yang

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