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August 3, 2021
Both ‘Infrastructure’ Bills Are Atrocious. Republicans Voting ‘Yay’ Should Be Embarrassed
Just about nothing US infrastructure has anything to do with DC.
Government Spending
August 3, 2021
Infrastructure Bill as Political Plunder and Social Engineering
Politicians love to spend other people’s money, especially when it enables them to use it to get campaign contributions and election-day votes from those who can keep them in office
Government & Politics
August 2, 2021
Shower Freedom Goes Down the Drain
Economists define efficiency in terms of consumer preferences. Consumer sovereignty is the basis on which we judge the economy’s performance.
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Government & Politics
August 2, 2021
Edwin Cannan: An Economist Who Protested against Big Government
Unfortunately, numerous economic fallacies and misconceptions seem to never die; they just return in slightly different forms at later dates.
Government Spending
July 28, 2021
More Government Debt as Far as the Fiscal Eye Can See
The U.S. government will, again, face an official debt limit starting on August 1, 2021, unless Congress once more raises the limit on what Uncle Sam can borrow.
Government & Politics
July 15, 2021
Defense IG to Congress: Take Your Amazon Cronyism Oversight and Shove It
How has Amazon Retail afforded the ability to lose money for decades - and still murder global retail? By running other businesses that make money - and using that money to subsidize Amazon Retail.

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Economy
August 3, 2021
By Seton Motley
Just about nothing US infrastructure has anything to do with DC.
August 3, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Politicians love to spend other people’s money, especially when it enables them to use it to get campaign contributions and election-day votes from those who can keep them in office
August 2, 2021
By Daniel Sutter
Economists define efficiency in terms of consumer preferences. Consumer sovereignty is the basis on which we judge the economy’s performance.
August 2, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Unfortunately, numerous economic fallacies and misconceptions seem to never die; they just return in slightly different forms at later dates.
July 28, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
The U.S. government will, again, face an official debt limit starting on August 1, 2021, unless Congress once more raises the limit on what Uncle Sam can borrow.
July 15, 2021
By Seton Motley
How has Amazon Retail afforded the ability to lose money for decades - and still murder global retail? By running other businesses that make money - and using that money to subsidize Amazon Retail.
July 13, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Fears are once again afoot that a new period of rising price inflation is upon us, and with justifiable cause.
July 9, 2021
By Daniel Sutter
Large businesses have more political influence and can reduce the burden of new regulations on themselves or obtain exemptions to rules.
June 29, 2021
By Richard Ebeling
Traditions and Moral Heritage Do Matter
June 21, 2021
By Daniel Sutter
Collective action poses the second challenge. Businesses collectively have an interest in not rewarding cybercrime, yet individual businesses suffer these attacks.