John Tamny, research fellow of AIER, is editor of RealClearMarkets. His book on current ideological trends is: They Are Both Wrong (AIER, 2019)
Articles by John Tamny
Robinson wraps himself in Reagan’s greatness, while basically calling for the state to do something very un-Reagan like in the form of dictating to Wall Street and U.S. companies how they should operate, and how they should extricate themselves from a rapidly liberalizing nation.
It’s said about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson that he’s a particularly challenging opponent. With Jackson there’s no preparing for the run or pass; rather there’s preparing for the run, pass, along with the horrifying possibility that Jack …
The economics discussion would be greatly enhanced if it were better understood that underlying all spending, selling, saving, lending, borrowing, and investing is an exchange of products, services or labor. Real things are always and everywhere being …
American businesses plainly see in China what the chattering classes don’t.
It’s time to end the witch hunts meant to quiet the minds and actions of those who want to force the change without which there is no progress.
That Seinfeld was seen by top NBC executives as less-than-promising, only for it to become a multi-billion dollar blockbuster, is a reminder that when it comes to the future of commerce, predictions aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.