My intrepid Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy is rightly worried about the the U.S. government’s fiscal mess.

Joakim Book loves Matt Ridley’s new book. I cannot wait for my copy to arrive!

And Paul Kengor very much approves of Peter Schweizer’s new book, Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite.

Eric Boehm offers exhibit #96,504,347,210,594,748,220,803,703,804,772,479,596,877,798 of how government creates artificial levels of scarcity that harm ordinary people. In this particular case, Eric points to Trump’s tariffs punitive taxes on Americans who buy disinfectants.

My GMU Econ colleague Dan Klein writes about masks in Sweden.

Which one is correct? The stock market or the bond market?

Tune in tomorrow to my GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan’s Soho Forum debate with Mark Krikorian on immigration.

I sincerely hope that Dan Mitchell is correct that Bob Higgs and I are too gloomy.

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