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by Don Boudreaux on October 16, 2022

in Current Affairs, Education, Immigration, Seen and Unseen, Standard of Living

GMU Econ alum Abby Hall Blanco explains that there’s no such thing as free breastmilk.

Duke University’s Mike Munger writes that “we have lifeboat minds, but we live in a Walmart world.”

On October 20th at Dartmouth College, my GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan will debate immigration with Mark Krikorian.

ACT scores are falling.

Wall Street Journal columnist James Freeman is rightly critical of the U.S. government’s insistence that we’re still in a state of emergency over covid. A slice:

The political panic that resulted in lockdowns will haunt these kids for years. Let’s at least make sure this disaster is not repeated.

Michael Senger decries the demonization of the unvaccinated.

Jay Bhattacharya tweets:

The overwhelming impetus for vaccine mandates was based more on faith than on reason. An excellent analysis by @DanielHadas2 of the social dynamics involved.

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