INSIGHTS: HOW THE VAPING BAN WILL HIT SMALL BUSINESSES GUEST COLUMNIST: David Boaz, Executive Vice President, Cato Institute. Reprinted with permission. Sudden concern over lung illnesses possibly associated with vaping has led to a rash of state and federal bans on flavored vaping liquids. … [Read more...]
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INSIGHTS: THE WORSE REGULATION EVER PROPOSED GUEST COLUMNIST: Adam Thierer, research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research and a Senior research fellow at the Mercatus Institute. Permission to reprint. Imagine a competition to design the most onerous and destructive economic … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: IF DEFICITS ARE THIS HUGE NOW, WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE RECESSION HITS? GUEST COLUMNIST: Ryan McMaken, a senior editor at the MISES Institute. Reprinted with permission. The Treasury Department released new budget deficit numbers this week, and with two months still to go in the fiscal … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: PHONY ECONOMIC GROWTH STATS CONCEAL DEEP PROBLEMS ON MAIN STREET Guest Columnist: Antony P. Mueller, a German professor of economics currently teaching in Brazil. Reprinted with permission. We live not only in a time of fake news but also in the era of fake economic growth. The … [Read more...]
INSIGHTS: MAKING SENSE OF THE MINIMUM WAGE Guest Columnist: Jeffrey Clemens, an associate professor of economics at the University of California, San Diego. Reprinted with permission. The new conventional wisdom holds that a large increase in the minimum wage would be desirable policy. Advocates … [Read more...]