Tag: Politics
Following Their Leaders: How Political Anchors Shape Policy Preferences
Let the Federal Reserve Board Choose Their Own Chair
Unpacking the independence of the Fed
The Fed Is Doing the Right Thing
They are Just a Year and a Half Too Late
Vote Selling and Voter Behavior
Are You Voting for a Candidate or a Political Party?
Highway Heist
James Bennett’s New Book on the Development of America’s System of Roads
Tribalism and Electoral Politics
"Us" vs. "Them"
Addressing Inequality
Brittney Griner and Tameka Drummer
Rethinking Regulatory Capture
Social Security Benefits Will Not Be Cut
The Research Interests of Academic Economists, Part I
What Makes You My Enemy?
Lessons from History
Ambiguity With the Dobbs Supreme Court Abortion Case
To What Degree Will Abortion be Permitted?
Masks and the Lack of Trust in the CDC
Billionaire Tax Proposed by Biden
Do Voters Make Poor Choices?
P. J. O’Rourke (1947–2022)
Maverick Author, Humorist and Cultural Critic for Liberty
Politics and Inflation
Political Preferences and Public Policy
Evaluating Our Inflation Gurus
Greenhouse Gas Alarmists Should Support Nuclear Power
Classes Underway in Florida, Land of the Free
Transitory Inflation? Move Along. Nothing to See Here.

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