Policy and Government
At Fox News, Phil Kerpen slams the Left’s shaming of those who have the audacity to celebrate the holidays with family.
At Reason, Jacob Sullum offers an alternative take on data indicating a higher prevalence rate of COVID-19 infections in Texas by arguing that the data reveals the disease to be less deadly than many have argued.
At Business Insider, Marguerite Ward discusses the major impact immigrants have had on American innovation, including the new Covid-19 vaccines.
At Forbes, Brian Domitrovic discusses the implications of Judy Shelton’s nomination to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors being stalled and argues that massive creative destruction in the monetary sector is rapidly approaching.
On Real Clear Markets, John Tamny says it is scandalous that some view Judy Shelton as controversial.
On Real Clear Markets, Nathan Lewis says Judy Shelton will help restore sanity to the Fed.
Per Reuters, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is pushing to move money away from multiple Federal Reserve pandemic lending programs.
Per The Hill, Stephen Moore compares Trump to Winston Churchill and argues that his successes in regards to the economy and Operation Warp Speed mean that he will leave office triumphant.
Per Fortune, 15 countries have signed the world’s largest free trade agreement.