Ryan Bourne points us to – and comments productively upon – an interesting paper by Martin Feldstein on U.S. economic growth .
David Henderson asks (in the context of today’s debate over government-supplied medical insurance pre-payments): what is a loss? 
Speaking of the economics of health care (and of medical-care insurance), here’s an information-packed post by Steve Landsburg .
And for yet more wisdom on medical insurance, here’s Arnold Kling .
Bart Madden and Susan Dudley hope that the FDA becomes less officious and obstructionist – that is, less lethal .
Jeff Tucker is correct: every Taco Bell is a marvel!  (No hyperbole.)
Fred Smith and Iain Murray argue persuasively that the market is a far more reliable guardian of the environment than is the state .
My Mercatus Center colleague Jerry Ellig busts the myth that judges in the U.S. today are biased against regulations issued by government .
George Will has some questions for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch .