Tim Worstall: The border adjustment tax will hurt US investors and enrich foreign ones.

Policy and Government

U.S. productivity growth slows to 1.2% in Q4.

At Real Clear Markets, John Tamny says with free trade, there are no losers.

Monetary

The Fed leaves rates unchanged.

Tax

At Forbes.com, Tim Worstall writes the border adjustment tax will hurt US investors and enrich foreign ones.

In National Review, Veronique De Rugy reports liberals are already calling for higher rates on the border adjustment tax.

Regulatory

Scott Rasmussen wonders if we are nearing the end of the regulatory state.

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