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 .