Art Carden is a Senior Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. He is also an Associate Professor of Economics at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.
If getting rid of the regulations would be of such unambiguous benefit to Arkansans, why doesn’t it happen swiftly?
Just because something is possible doesn’t mean it’s likely, though — or worth more than cursory attention.
Just as we come up with ever-newer ways to combine materials into new goods and services, people are constantly coming up with new ways to combine sounds into music.
Society is worse off to the tune of what these firms would have produced had they actually devoted those resources to creating wealth rather than simply redistributing it.
The governor has acted quickly. The governor has acted decisively. The governor has issued a proclamation that will make matters worse.
We are treating students precisely the way we shouldn’t if we are trying to help them become resilient, functioning, and free people.
Soft skills are being priced out of the labor market by minimum wages. At $8 an hour, it might be worthwhile to hire someone to bus tables. At $11 an hour, Massachusetts’ minimum, it probably isn’t.
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