by Don Boudreaux on February 27, 2017
in History, Taxes, Technology, The Future, Trade, Truth-seeking & ideology
Shikha Dalmia rightly criticizes conservatives who truck with the vile Milo Yiannopoulous.
Jeffrey Tucker recounts some history of laissez faire.
Alberto Mingardi reflects on modern-day techno-pessimism (as embodied, for example, in some of the work of my colleague Tyler Cowen).
Thomas Knapp isn’t happy with the proposed border-adjustment tax.
Adam Ozimek correctly explains that “Socialism is bad and it is bad that socialism is becoming cool again.”
George Leef highlights yet another bit of ivory-tower foolishness.
Warren Meyer reveals why he doesn’t like to listen to actors and sports stars talk politics.
David Henderson persuades on persuasion.
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