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Celebrating the Repeal of the Corn Laws

One week from today – June 25th – is the 175th anniversary of the repeal of the corn laws. On June 25th, 1846, the Duke of Wellington persuaded the House of Lords to join the House of Commons in repealing Britain’s protective tariffs on grain […]

Chinese Direct Foreign Investment Declines Sharply

Chinese language funding abroad really scored a 13-year low in 2020 because of COVID and the rising tensions of financial uncertainty because the West tries to stress China to affix the Nice Reset. Even the pandemic-related journey restrictions curtailed put an enormous barrier to international […]

We Can 99% Guarantee You’ve Never Seen a Cutout Skirt Like Kendall Jenner’s

Half one of many Holding Up With the Kardashians reunion aired Thursday evening, and although we have been enthralled by the flood of revelations the well-known household unpacked with Andy Cohen, we could not assist however really feel barely distracted by Kendall Jenner’s outfit. The […]

Some Non-Covid Links

My GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan was interviewed on PBS about his book (illustrated by Zach Weinersmith), Open Borders. My Mercatus Center colleague Liya Palagashvili moderated this discussion, on immigration, among Chandran Kukathas, Alex Nowrasteh, Adam Cox, and Robert Krol. GMU Econ student Agustin Forzani […]

Rising Inflation: The New Normal?

Union Budget- and Its promises February 3, 2021 The Economic TranscriptOriginal Article

International Sushi Day: 9 Insanely Delicious (And Healthy!) Sushi Recipes

Eating out for sushi generally is a actual indulgence if you find yourself on a weight reduction plan. Between the deep-fried tempura and sugary sauces, a number of the hottest rolls can spell full weight loss plan sabotage. The excellent news is which you can […]

10 Friday AM Reads

My end of week morning train WFH reads: • Crypto Die-Hards Built a $90 Billion Wall Street on the Internet Automated protocols running on the internet are paying traders to provide liquidity for unregulated, decentralized markets. (Businessweek) • How to Have a Roaring 2020s (Without […]

1935 Auburn 851 Speedster

Another Spring cabriolet for open-air driving: The Auburn Speedster was a powerful, affordable, stylish car. The design was gorgeous, Art deco influenced, with sweeping body lines. It featured the streamlined boat tail body, and (aluminum or chrome?) exhaust pipes on the passenger side, immense curvaceous […]

Some Covid Links

GMU Econ alum Dan Mitchell supplies further evidence of the recklessness and irresponsibility of politicians – recklessness and irresponsibility that, clearly, are not necessarily tempered during times of crises. Here’s more wisdom and a wise warning from my GMU Econ colleague Bryan Caplan. A slice: […]

Y’all Asked for Under-$100 Swimsuits, so I Found Some That Hit on All the Trends

Swimsuit season is right here, everybody, and there are such a lot of beautiful developments to find out about that we truthfully cannot cease speaking about. From vibrant saturated shades and high-cut silhouettes to three-pieces swimsuits and the retro florals which have already taken over, […]