Policy and Government
At the Daily Journal, Stephen Moore warns of Solyndra: Part II.
At Reason, Veronique de Rugy eviscerates Biden’s big government overhaul.
At The Wall Street Journal, the editorial board rips Biden’s decision to kill Keystone XL.
At the American Institute for Economic Research, Jeffrey A. Tucker reminds us that fleeing lockdowns is easier said than done for Americans who are not wealthy.
At Cafe Hayek, Don Boudreaux shares a letter from Walter Grinder in which he breaks down the philosophical struggle at the heart of the ongoing debate over governments’ responses to the pandemic.
At Reason, Eric Boehm calls out the protectionist directive in Biden’s “First Ten Days” agenda.
At the Cato Institute, Alex Nowrasteh explains how Trump succeeded in reducing legal immigration, not illegal immigration.
At the Foundation for Economic Education, Brad Polumbo sounds the alarm on Andrew Cuomo’s tax-hike proposal.
At the Cato Institute, Michael D. Tanner reflects on the future of California’s Proposition 13.
At MarketWatch, Elisabeth Buchwald details how Janet Yellen’s claim that the benefits of a national $15 per hour minimum wage will outweigh the costs not only contradicts research from the Congressional Budget Office, but appears to contradict her own previous claims on the matter as well.
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