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My GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan reflects on his recent debate, on poverty, with David Balan.

George Will discusses Howard Schultz’s prospects for winning in 2020 a four-year stint in the White House.

T. Norman Van Cott relays a basic and important economic lesson.

Nick Gillespie reports on Trump’s CPAC speech.

Brilliance from Matt Ridley. A slice:

Increasingly, in a crowded market for alarm, it becomes necessary to make the scares up. More and more headlines about medical or environmental panics are based on published scientific papers, but ones that are little more than lies laundered into respectability with a little statistical legerdemain.

The more I learn about Missouri’s freshman U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R), the more I dislike him.

Here’s Jonathan Adler on Auer deference.

David Boaz asks if Bryce Harper is a tax exile.