With polarization has come intolerance: people abandon their friends and family when they seem to have the wrong political views.
The real threat to free markets lies in the regulatory state.
We’re not talking about the World Cup here, but Russia’s challenge to Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs.
The city of Seattle attempts to grapple with the crisis of economic prosperity.
Leland Yeager, who was a valuable member of the scholarly community, passed away April 23 at the age of 93.
His words say, invest in America. His actions say otherwise.
Capitalism is by far the most effective anti-poverty program in the world’s history.
Feeding America is a network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries and meal programs that helps to feed 46 million Americans annually, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors. The network fights hunger and poor nutrition by working with manufacturers, distributors, retailers, food service companies, and farmers to gather food before…
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In discussing the economy and especially economic policy, mainstream economists have been in love with optimality for a century or so.
The House and Senate have each passed their versions of a tax reform bill. Those bills now go to a conference committee consisting of members of the House and Senate to reconcile their (minor) differences so that both houses can vote on and pass the same bill. The conference committee is just a formality. …
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