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by Don Boudreaux on April 12, 2023

in Current Affairs, History, Legal Issues, Podcast, Politics, Work

On April 20th in New York City, Phil Magness will debate historian Woody Holton on the 1619 Project.

Eric Boehm, writing about Ron DeSantis, unveils “some jarring contradictions in the Florida governor’s pitch to voters.”

Emma Camp counsels: “Don’t freak out over teens having fast food jobs.”

Scott Gerber explains that even U.S. Supreme Court justices are allowed to have friends.

Scott Atlas talks with Jennifer Sey about the malignant growth of corporate wokeism.

Here’s how Reason‘s Christian Britschgi concludes his report on the U.S. government formally ending the national emergency over covid:

We can now start taking an account of which parts of the COVID state are gone for good, and which are permanent additions to Leviathan.

Also writing about the three-years-too-late ending of the national emergency over covid is David Henderson.

Elizabeth Bennett tweets: (HT Jay Bhattacharya)

Me, in clinic: “He doesn’t have autism. It’s just that you’ve mostly kept him in the house for his entire 2 years of existence and he hasn’t really developed any social skills.”

Same speech, second time this week. Fear-mongering in the US about COVID and kids did real damage.

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