George Selgin ably and eloquently defends his and others’ (such as my colleague Larry White’s) research on free banking against those who do more than quibble with that research’s theoretical and historical foundations.

Here’s Richard Rahn on the responsible, the timid, and the ugly in Washington.

Here’s Robert McGee on the law and economics of Bastiat.

Speaking of Bastiat, Liberty Fund has just released the first volume – The Man and the Statesman: The Correspondence and Articles on Politics – in its six-volume published series of The Collected Works of Frederic Bastiat.

CEI’s Sam Kazman, writing in Cigar Magazine, beautifully exposes the green pollution – ranging from the obnoxiously annoying to the maddeningly counterproductive – emitted from Washington.  (Talk about negative externalities!)


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