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by Don Boudreaux on February 9, 2020

in Books, Civil Asset Forfeiture, Environment, Health, Legal Issues, Media, The Economy, The Profit Motive, Trade

Let’s hope that the truly good folks at the Institute for Justice succeed in their quest to stop this instance of that banana-republic practice called civil asset forfeiture.

Bruce Yandle asks if the coronavirus can end the trade war.

I didn’t know Rudy Gonzales. My loss.

“Today, though, journalists are becoming zealous to silence their ideological rivals—and the fervor is mainly on the left.” – so wrote John Tierney a few months ago.

Mark Perry gives us a good picture of just how enormous the American economy is.

Pierre Desrochers and Joanna Szurmak explain “why markets, growth, and innovation are the antidote to eco-Pessimism.

Arnold Kling isn’t buying Anne Case’s and Angus Deaton’s case that responsibility for the opiod crisis rests with capitalism. A slice:

The authors repeatedly glide by alternative explanations for deaths of despair that do not involve pharmaceutical company rapacity, systemic flaws in America’s health care system, or corporate power in general.


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