Mario Rizzo, over at ThinkMarkets, writes eloquently on the state of modern macroeconomics.

Reason’s Shikha Dalmia, writing at, explains why China-bashing is for losers – and, I would add, also for those who have no principles that politics will not trump.

Jonah Goldberg offers reasons (and evidence) for why Americans should resist moving toward becoming a European-style “Progressive” country.

My GMU Econ colleague Charles Rowley has a new book, Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste, in which he critically evaluates the first 18 months of the Obama administration.

Carpe Diem’s Mark Perry offers solid facts that should calm the fears of those who fret about income ‘inequality.’

I love Sally Satel.


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