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Richard Rahn on the government ‘shutdown. [2]

In my latest column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review I plug some of my favorite blogs [3].

Henry Payne, writing in the Detroit News, discusses what he understandably calls the Unaffordable Care Act [4].

I love France – especially Provence.  I love to visit France.  France is, as Tom Palmer once described it, a DisneyLand for adults.  But what an awful place to live.  I’m glad that my dear friend and Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy escaped her native country years ago [5].

Bryan Caplan asks a challenging question [6].

I’m delighted (in a rather greedy and seedy way) to learn that Warren Meyer, over at Coyote Blog, confirms the realism of a recent minimum-wage hypothetical of mine [7].

Tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, on GMU’s Fairfax campus, long-time Cato Institute president, and now president emeritus, Ed Crane will deliver what will surely be a provocative lecture on economics [8].  Ed’s talk is sponsored by the Future of Freedom Foundation [9] in cooperation with the GMU Econ Society [10].

Cato’s Dan Ikenson discusses the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership [11].