Benjamin Zycher reflects on Earth Day

as does Bjorn Lomborg, who writes about some of the worst forms of air and water pollution that

[w]ealthy countries largely solved these problems through economic development.

My GMU Econ colleague Garett Jones reflects on Hillary Clinton, Shakespeare, and the moronic masquerade that is politics.

CEI’s Hans Bader is none too impressed with the EEOC’s effects on the job market.

James Pethokoukis is none too impressed with the state of modern macroeconomic debate.  (On part of which, see also John Taylor.)

New York Post columnist Kyle Smith likes HBO’s new show VEEP.

Don’t miss David Friedman writing on some long-run consequences of the welfare state.


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