For tax cuts to be stimulating, the Fed must be willing to at least tentatively accommodate the extra borrowing those cuts will produce, and wait for inflation to show up before interest rates.
Why the President's call to boycott the NFL is part of the ongoing erosion of liberal norms.
Trumpist populism may best be seen as a caricature of the fundamental impulses of modern government.
The mortgage interest deduction is bad economics with no useful social purpose.
The language and politics of liberty in America have been shaped by the assumption that black freedom doesn't count. Libertarian politics, which has partaken of this corrupt tradition, needs to be reimagined.
Formal planning can't replace sound judgment.
The 'single payer' label distracts from the ultimate goal of universal access.
Our study of @SenThomTillis and @SenatorLankford's #SUCCEEDAct finds it would boost GDP by $81 billion over 10 yrs. https://t.co/5tgQV3zzjs
The SUCCEED Act offers a path for Dreamers to legal status if they study, work, or serve. https://t.co/rCLjrigBgc https://t.co/xudLwOH7gT
Trump likes to pose as a rebel. But is he really? https://t.co/Z5TDdrnwRQ
@jtlevy: Reimagining libertarian politics in light of the truth that black liberty matters https://t.co/8rohgkAx4U
Don't call Bernie Sanders’ MFA bill single payer. Call it universal access. https://t.co/n2YiZ9WIYN
The copyright and patent laws we have today look more like intellectual monopoly than intellectual property. https://t.co/BTfFQXE71r
RAC Act is “a conservative solution to the undocumented dreamer problem,” says @jerry_jtaylor https://t.co/SZr245k93E
In our ongoing series on #cyber repression, @drbvaler & @a_pytlak look take us to Venezuela. https://t.co/4X9arzeG7q
How much of a role did the media play in Trump's victory? https://t.co/fY3Maw59ph
Ryan Hagemann writes that it's been a great week for autonomous vehicles. https://t.co/ir2hDcPKl4 https://t.co/J7V4CtoqOm