How Money Walks discusses how Uber and its users are fighting back against big government.
In the Washington Times, David Boaz illustrates the divide between pro-market and pro-business policies.
From Forbes.com, John Tamny says on the economy, some conservatives turn Keynesian.
At CNBC, Alex Rosenberg reports a new Fed paper dropped a bombshell:
But what if those ultralow targets aren’t actually stimulative at all? What if, instead, the Fed’s current policies are actually contractionary? That’s the surprising case made by a recent paper from the San Francisco Federal Reserve. “Monetary conditions remain relatively tight despite the near-zero federal funds rate, which in turn is keeping economic activity below potential and inflation below target,” writes economist Vasco Curdia.
At ThePulse2016, Ralph Benko defends Jeb Bush’s open-mindedness toward the gold standard from AEI’s Reformocon James Pethokoukis’s overwrought attack drawing primarily on an attack by Washington Post‘s Neo-Keynesian columnist Matt O’Brien.
From Alt-M, David Beckworth continues the pushback against Bernanke’s triumphalism.
At CNBC, Dan Mangan reports Obamacare enrollment appears to be hitting a wall.
From ATR, Alexander Hendrie says another Obamacare co-op goes bust at huge taxpayer expense.