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David Brin gives many reasons for cautious optimism.

  27 Dec 2020
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Let this be the last word on what the recent election "means."
  20 Dec 2020
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David Robinson says hip hip hooray for higher tuition.
  15 Dec 2020
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Got Milk? Will Congress investigate this instance of genuine price gouging? Probably not, since the gougers come to us courtesy of the Congress.
  11 Dec 2020
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Wages of Tim: Does Tim Worstall get to say I told you so?

  08 Dec 2020
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Paul Ryan is the most important young member of Congress. Continue to watch his rise.

  07 Dec 2020
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Josh Manchester responds to his critics in explaining why Newt was still right.
  06 Dec 2020
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Roger Peilke has an interesting new article on self-segregation of scientists by political disposition.

  05 Dec 2020
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Do not miss Arnold Kling's important three-part series on entrepreneurship: 1) The Exceptionally Entrepreneurial Society 2) Entrepreneurs, Families and Inequality 3) Education and Entrepreneurship
  04 Dec 2020
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Chester on chickenhawks and other affairs.

  30 Nov 2020
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Some new and genuinely interesting observations about Mexican immigration.
  30 Nov 2020
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The two Bobs -- Hahn and Litan -- have just published a very powerful challenge to the arguments made by net neutrality advocates.
  28 Nov 2020
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Where is the Japan of the Middle East?
  28 Nov 2020
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The Prof is back!

  27 Nov 2020
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Have a happy, safe and blessed Thanksgiving.

-- The Editors, TCS
  22 Nov 2020
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Tim Worstall strikes up a conversation with Michael Kinsley.

  21 Nov 2020
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All blog posts should be both this interesting and funny.
  20 Nov 2020
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Milton on TV: See a conversation with Milton and Rose Friedman here. And see Milton Friedman on the Commanding Heights here.
  17 Nov 2020
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Steve Forbes on the legacy of Milton Friedman.

  16 Nov 2020
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Back in the US, Back in the US, Back in the USSR!

Nick Gillespie has forgotten more about literature than you will ever know. And he asks, "Exactly what book is worth a single person's life?"
  16 Nov 2020
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