Joshua Wright and Derek Moore write about the FTC, and Kevin Hassett covers the housing market.
There’s no such thing as an economics get-out-of-jail-free card.
Rewarding one of the agencies that contributed to the current crisis with more funding as a response to that same crisis is how you guarantee more crises in the future.
The U.S. is well-suited to make supply-chain improvements, but they are not inevitable. Making them happen will be America’s challenge over the next decade.
Check out Capital Matters today to read Michael Watson on organized labor, Alex Muresianu on carbon taxes, and Jack Salmon on student-loan forgiveness.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe, as it should, pro-life activists will still have lots of work to do to protect human life.