Bryan Caplan follows up his superb post on David Card, minimum-wage legislation, and immigration  with this response to a critic of that post . (Bryan says – and says far better – in his response much of what I aimed to say in this post .)
Also at EconLog, David Henderson reminds us of some important and impressive historical work – specifically here on one of Herbert Hoover’s taxing interventions that helped to put the “Great” in the Great Depression – by Bill Lastrapes and George Selgin .
In this 19-minute-long video, Matt Ridley explains that the earth is getting greener and more habitable – and it’s because of market-driven economic growth .
Henry Manne and Richard Rahn, writing at Forbes, worry about inflation, as well as about what are almost sure to be government-officials’ devious and dishonest reactions to it .
In this working paper, one of my eminent colleagues, Dick Wagner, discusses the vitality of the Virginia School of Political Economy .
Bruce Yandle discusses the Sequester Shut-Down Show .
Steve Landsburg weighs in on Sen. Rob Portman’s recent change of heart on gay marriage .
Here’s Bill Shughart on the unfortunate effects – on both the price of food and on the environment – of Uncle Sam’s ethanol mandate .