For those of you who think that government – or government that is democratically chosen – is unlikely to threaten the rule of law, George Will recounts an instance that ought to cause you to reorient your naive view of the state.

Marty Mazorra explains that Paul Krugman’s grasp of the economics of hedge funds is weak.

Ronald Radosh remembers Martin Sklar (1935-2014).  (HT Bill Evers)

Stefan Homburg isn’t impressed with Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century.  (HT Tom Palmer)

Do you Americans think that you pay too much for gasoline?  You’re correct.  Scott Lincicome explains.

Andrew Biggs and Mark Perry weigh in on the “equal-pay” debate.

Amity Shlaes’s The Forgotten Man: Graphic Edition is now available!

Bjorn Lomborg is unimpressed by bureaucratic reports on climate change.




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