In the Washington Times, Richard Berman writes eliminating the tipping system would harm restaurant workers.
The National Academy of Sciences publishes a major report on a crisis cause by “Improper use of statistics, arbitrary research techniques, lack of accountability, political groupthink, and a scientific culture biased toward producing positive results together have produced a critical state of affairs” with wide implications for policy makers.
At Reason, Daniel W. Drezner makes the case for free trade.
George Selgin at Alt-M, somberly reflects on the 10th anniversary of the Bernanke Fed’s blundering into the financial crisis of 2008 and the ensuing Great Recession and why such a blunder is likely to recur.
At Reason, William Luther gives his defense of cash.
Dan Mitchell writes people are voting with their feet against high-tax states.
In the American Spectator, Eric Peters tells us how Uncle Sam killed the viper.