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Tim Kane’s Immigrant Interview of Henderson

Tim Kane’s interview of me, which I mentioned here, is out. It’s titled “David Henderson: The Immigrant Who Worked for Reagan.” It’s about an hour long. We covered in this order: the draft, Nixon, Martin Anderson, immigration, George Borjas, Bryan Caplan’s Concise Encyclopedia article on […]

Batchelor Interviews Henderson on Capital Gains Tax Increase

I posted last week on my Defining Ideas article on why California Democrats should oppose President Biden’s proposed increase in the tax rate on capital gains for high-income people. That article led to this 10-minute interview with John Batchelor earlier this week. The interview starts […]

Ransom bleg

I’m no expert on extortion, so I’d be interested in what other people think of the following proposed law: Any person found guilty of paying ransom in order to protect corporate assets shall serve a sentence of not less than 20 years in a federal […]

The Week Ahead: Diamond vs. Paper Hands

NAS 100 consolidates as panic selling slows down Tech stocks were among the hardest hit when investors feared the era of cheap money may end sooner than later, and along with it the breakneck rise of growth sectors. However, the sell-off could turn out to […]

Jason Furman on High UI

Furman argued that the $300 a week in extra jobless benefits that was also provided by the plan was holding back a jobs recovery in some places. Furman said of the overall package, “It’s definitely too big for the moment. I don’t know any economist […]

StockWatch: Alibaba Drops Over 5%

Alibaba posted its first operating loss as a public company as an antitrust fine it received last month weighed on its earnings. eBay will start offering loans to businesses that sell through its marketplace in the UK, pitting the e-commerce group against high street banks. […]

Biden’s Latest Spending Plan: More Inflation?

The Biden administration has or is planning to get approval for spending a total of $6.0T in additional spending this year. This is on top of the regular budget. It also comes after around $9.7T of monetary expansion under the last year of the Trump […]

Canadian dollar higher ahead of Manufacturing Sales

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NZDUSD: Did The Primary Intervening Wave Ⓧ End

NZDUSD seems to be forming an intervening wave x of a cycle degree. This consists of primary corrective sub-waves Ⓦ-Ⓧ-Ⓨ. The wave Ⓦ is a bearish standard zigzag, and the intervening wave Ⓧ resembles a bullish triple zigzag pattern. The final wave Ⓨ is at […]

Stocks rise, US dollar drops as Fed soothes the markets

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