Policy and Government
At Daily Journal, Stephen Moore offers a frosty take on lockdowns, arguing that they are in fact driving income inequality.
At Reason, Eric Boehm urges the federal government to stop acting like Santa Claus.
At Cafe Hayek, Don Boudreaux argues that talk of lockdowns boosting innovation is a humbug.
At the Mises Institute, Ryan McMaken explains why the federal government could stand to be a bit more Scrooge-like when it comes to spending these days.
According to Jeffrey A. Tucker at the American Institute for Economic Research, Hark! The herald angels sing, hope in Georgia is now a thing.
At Reason, Tate Watkins skewers the visions of “a 100 percent clean energy economy” dancing in leftists’ heads.
Per Business Insider, in what can only be described as a yuletide miracle, the United Kingdom and the European Union have finally struck a free trade deal.
At the Cato Institute, James A. Dorn and Caleb O. Brown explain why we should not feel so jolly about rolling back the Federal Reserve’s expanded credit capacity.