Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on February 2, 2018

in FDA, Immigration, Innovation, Myths and Fallacies, Seen and Unseen, Taxes, Trade, Work

My intrepid Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy explains that a U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA will undermine whatever gains are forthcoming from the recent tax cuts.

Another Mercatus Center colleague, Dan Griswold, corrects Trump on the issue of immigration.

Inu Manak offers a roundup of analyses of trade issues raised by the recent State of the Union address – and an accompanying “fact sheet.”

Jonah Goldberg is unhappy with Trump’s apparent indifference toward fiscal responsibility.

Will the rising use of drones cause rising and sustained unemployment?  Johan Norberg thinks not.

David Henderson spots yet another instance of government innumeracy.

Do women need workplace “safe spaces”?  Terry Kibbe says no.

Colin Grabow corrects yet another politician – this one, Sen. Elizabeth Warren – who routinely displays great ignorance of trade.  A slice:

Although it is perhaps understandable when casual observers are seduced by the notion that the outsourcing of jobs to overseas locales is a sign of weakness, more should be expected of a sitting United States senator. In fact, both theory and experience teach us that foreign outsourcing helps promote economic vitality in a variety of ways.


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