Chaos erupts when our dog sees me put my shoes on. She hopes–hopes!–that the next thing I reach for will be the
Reprinted from the Foundation for Economic Education With the Christmas season upon us, thoughts are turning to the matter of gifts and giving.
Balaji Srinivasan has distinguished himself as a non-neuroatypical fount. Ideas and analyses pour out of him, even on bad days. He regales
Reprinted from Law & Liberty In October 2022, two events underscored just how far economic liberalism’s sway in politics across the world has
Sales of existing homes sank another 5.9 percent in October to a 4.43 million seasonally adjusted annual rate. That is the ninth
In the 1993 movie “Tombstone,” Cowboy gang member Ike Clanton was the quintessential loud-mouthed bully when he was in the company of
Brown University economics professor Emily Oster recently created an uproar when she called for a “pandemic amnesty” for those who “made complicated
Reprinted from Law & Liberty Philosopher and business ethics expert James Otteson of the University of Notre Dame wants to save you from
Perhaps the most common misunderstanding of the case for cutting taxes is that the benefits of tax cuts are reaped overwhelmingly by
Initial claims for regular state unemployment insurance fell by 4,000 for the week ending November 12th, coming in at 222,000. The previous
Total housing starts fell to a 1.425 million annual rate in October from a 1.488 million pace in September, a 4.2 percent
How do labor markets work? Like every other market. Supply and demand determine broccoli, bean, and bowling ball prices. They also determine wages.
Reprinted from EconLib Most grownups don’t believe in magic anymore. Sometimes, though, it can be helpful to imagine it. A powerful ring turns
Although some elections remain to be called, the overall picture is clear. American voters did not clearly repudiate the illiberal, progressive collectivist
Total industrial production decreased by 0.1 percent in October after increasing by 0.1 percent in September. Total industrial production is down in
Total nominal retail sales and food-services spending rose 1.3 percent in October after being unchanged in September. From a year ago, retail