George Leef asks if baking cakes and arranging flowers raise First-amendment issues.

Also from George Leef is this report on yet another ugly manifestation of the banana-republic practice of civil asset forfeiture.

George Selgin discusses Janet Yellen’s defense of interest on reserves.

My intrepid Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy again writes compellingly about tax reform.

My GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan reads Ronald Reagan’s Farewell U.S. Presidential address.

Also from Bryan Caplan – this time in The Atlantic – is this thought-provoking excerpt from his new book, The Case Against Education.

Tariffs make solar panels excessively expensive.

Shikha Dalmia sings America’s praises.

California’s minimum wage plays a large role in causing a long-established company to shut down a major branch of its operations..  (HT Greg Alder)


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