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Steve Davies describes what he believes is, today, not a collapse of democracy but realignment [2].

In this short radio interview, my intrepid Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy discusses Elizabeth Warren’s scheme for Social Security [3].

Jeff Jacoby wonders why there is no more clamor over the gargantuan and growing indebtedness of the U.S. government [4]. A slice:

For the first time since World War II, the government’s debt ($22.02 trillion) is bigger than America’s entire economy ($21.06 trillion).

Tim Worstall offers some adult advice to St. Greta of Stockholm [5]. A slice:

Economic growth is not a problem in beating climate change, it’s the cause of doing so.

Mark Perry summarizes some of the many failed predictions of environmental calamity [6].

Arthur Diamond sings the praises of market-tested innovation [7].

David Bier argues that legal immigration will resolve America’s real border problems [8].

Richard Epstein laments California’s assault on the gig economy [9].

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