Here’s an interesting podcast with Sam Peltzman.  (Sam doesn’t get much wrong, but he does, at the very beginning, mistake Thomas Carlyle’s reason for labeling economics the “dismal science.”  My colleague David Levy just sent Sam the relevant info!)

Stewart Dompe and Adam C. Smith ask if we Americans were better off in 1987 than we are today.

My Mercatus Center colleague Adam Thierer ponders the implications of the growth of the Internet of wearable technology.

The Pope Center’s Jane Shaw offers two modest reasons to preserve the humanities.

Tim Carney offers an agenda for reducing corporate welfare and cronyism in the U.S.

Richard Rahn reflects on the stupidity of the ‘experts.


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