Category Archives: Economics

American Serfdom?

Over at Slate, Timothy Noah is putting together an homage-a-Krugman; that is, a lengthy description of the growing inequality of America. I’m reading it with interest. So far, I am initially perturbed by the number of Krugman cites he has … Continue reading

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Cash for Clunkers: A Failure by Even More Than We Thought it Would Be

In the “I Told You So” file: Over at the Boston Globe, Jeff Jacoby details the failure of the “cash for clunkers” program. We now have numbers to back up the dire prognostications from the pundits (read Cato adjunct scholar … Continue reading

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Greece – Slowly Losing Its Country and Its Mind – Steps up to Toe the Line: “Capitalism is the Problem, A ‘Green’ Economy is the Solution”

Much ink has been spilled on the Greek crisis, deservedly so. Libertarians are quick to point out where our predicted demons have come home to roost. And, like so many others, I fear we’re only seeing the beginning of the … Continue reading

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