Last month, George Will wrote about Nick Gillespie’s and Matt Welch’s important new book, The Declaration of Independents .
In my latest column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review I highlight public-choice economics .
Mark Perry points to yet another example of a public-good – in this case, mass-transit – that is being supplied well and inexpensively by the private sector .
David Henderson points to yet another example of the glories of Canada’s health-care system .
My son, Thomas, is learning a great deal about photography, still and video, and using green screens. (I simply point my iPhone and click at whatever happens to be in front of me.) Here Thomas (behind the camera) and his best buddy, Paddy (in front), do a first take at spoofing Uncle Sam’s stimulus .
Steve Landsburg is one of the most consequential thinkers of our time .
Cato’s Mark Calabria explains that forced mortgage refinancing doesn’t create wealth .
And Cato’s Chris Edwards offers insight on infrastructure .
Finally, we must ask: how would we survive if our betters were not so very vigilant in looking after our interests?  (HT Fred Dent)