by Don Boudreaux on January 30, 2012
in Books, Budget Issues, Man of System, Taxes, Trade, Weblogs
Tim Worstall – who’s always worth reading – chimes in on Apple’s use of workers in low-wage countries. More Tim.
In yesterday’s New York Times, columnist Ross Douthat makes a profoundly important point.
Sheldon Richman examines Pres. Obama’s cases for tax “fairness.”
Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby wonders why someone must be licensed by the state to drive an automobile.
David Henderson alerts us to two new and worthwhile blogs.
Tyler Cowen reviews, in the Washington Post, Thomas Byrne Edsall’s The Age of Austerity.
Like George Will, the Cato Institute’s David Boaz also objects to military metaphors for governing society.
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