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In this Pittsburgh Tribune-Review op-ed, Bob Higgs explores the recent anemic creation of private-sector jobs [2].  Here’s his closing line:

Unfortunately, anemic private employment tempts politicians to intervene even more in the economy, heightening the uncertainty and discouraging investors further in a vicious cycle.

Writing in last Sunday’s Washington Post [3], Thor Halvorssen dissects the ruthless Hugo Chavez – and helps to rescue the reputation of Simon Bolivar [3].

Bruce Yandle worries about Uncle Sam’s profligacy [4].

The Institute for Justice’s Bob Ewing exposes more of the utter disgracefulness of civil asset forfeiture [5].

Will Wilkinson – in this post from a few weeks back – is wise to recommend the advice of Vernon Smith [6].

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