Like the 500-pound canary, when these two speak, I listen.
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Happy New Year to you!
You know how much I enjoy Boudreaux. But I take exception to his approach here.
What a great reminder of the amazing things we tend to take for granted.
Those proposing minimum wage laws as a solution to low wages never seem to let reality interfere.
This guy is pitiful.
Christie is a fake and a fraud. Hurricane Sandy has blown his cover.
It didn’t take long for some ignoramus (as usual, a college professor) to explain one-half of the broken window fallacy concerning the economic impact of Hurricane Sandy: it’s going to be good! All good! Yes! Here’s the story line from this fellow: Disasters can give an ailing construction sector a boost, while unleashing reinvestment that actually [...]
I didn’t watch the second presidential debate between Mitt Romney and Obama. I had something more important to do: ironing pillowcases and doing some laundry. But my friend (I’ve never met him but I like him) Donald Boudreaux did. And he just had to write a letter to The Wall Street Journal to vent: Yesterday’s presidential [...]
This is one of the most startlingly clear explanations of how government interference works. You know that I think Donald Boudreaux is one of the clearest-thinking economists alive today. His letter to the Winston-Salem Journal proves it: Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco Sanchez brags that the Obama administration’s closing of a “loophole” [...]