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Robert Hughes

Home Constructions Stays Strong in November

“Housing continues to be one of the bright spots of the economy, supported by low mortgage rates and increased demand.” – Robert Hughes

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John Tamny

Will 21 Club’s Demise Finally Awaken People To New York City’s Slow Suffocation?

“The problem was that New York’s governor and the mayor of the world’s greatest city decided they would do the thinking of the world’s most talented people, and also the protecting. Their arrogance was and is astonishing.” ~ John Tamny

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Robert Hughes

Labor Market Warning Sign: Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Rise Again

“Initial claims for unemployment benefits post the largest back-to-back increases since April, suggesting a weakening of the labor market amid renewed government restrictions.” – Robert Hughes

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Amelia Janaskie

The Teachers Unions are Keeping the Schools Closed

“At this point, confusion or debate over school openings is completely unfounded. We knew of the extremely low risk of Covid-19 for children in April.” ~ Amelia Janaskie

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Alan Dowd

Cheers for College Football’s Victory over Covid-19 Fear

“The 2020 college football season reminds us of truths that too many Americans have forgotten in the long months since March: Sports and other “nonessential” activities make life richer and better; a person or a society can be alive and not really be living; sheltering in place until a governor or scientist gives an “all clear” is the very opposite of America’s promise of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness;” and living, like college football in many ways, is intertwined with contact, connection, community, culture and commerce.” ~ Alan W. Dowd

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