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Jason Sorens asks if we should abolish zoning.

William Silber worries about the growing indebtedness of the U.S. government.

Arnold Kling rightly argues that the work of the late Nobel-laureate economist Douglass North is under-appreciated, especially by mainstream economists. [DBx: While I find Deirdre McCloskey’s criticisms of some of North’s work persuasive, I agree with Arnold that North’s work is excellent and important and should be much more widely studied.]

Russ Roberts talks with Walter Russell Mead.

Jay Nordlinger talks with George Will.

Bob and Alanna Graboyes on SoHo.

Michael Shellenberger tweets: (HT Jay Bhattacharya)

The idea that EU governments are forming Truth Ministries to censor their citizens sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it’s not. It’s happening at this moment. And when asked how they will make sure politicians don’t abuse their censorship powers, the politicians have no answer.