My Mercatus Center colleague Dan Griswold points out some of Donald Trump’s many errors on immigration.

David Boaz explains that libertarianism is not incompatible with family and community values.  Quite the opposite, in fact.

My colleagues Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok take a critical look, in this paper of theirs that appears in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, at the National Science Foundation’s role in economic research.

Speaking of Alex Tabarrok, elsewhere he gives good evidence that

Rising housing prices are not an inevitable consequence of growth and fixed land supply–high and rising housing prices are the result of policy choices to restrict land development.

David Henderson argues that taxes are not prices.

Ilya Somin, a GMU colleague from over in the law school, writes that Mao is history’s most prolific mass-murderer.

Fred Smith is correct: hostility to finance goes back a long, long way.

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