The president has taken the real need for relief and used it to advance a series of policies that owe more to politics than to the pandemic.
The stay-at-home order banned gatherings outside of private homes and ordered many businesses to either close or operate in a limited capacity.
The tax rules are a larger problem for firms that make big investments in physical equipment, factories, etc., than they are for software companies.
On the menu today: how a weak dollar could unravel U.S. economic policy, Facebook bans Trump, the case against Big Tech antitrust, and Reagan’s Imperial Circle.
The word to describe the American economy and American business owners is resilient.
On the menu today: Bubbles, California’s self-destruction (continued), inflation, weed, and Beethoven.
Much of the criticism of my book has come from those on both the left and populist right who think I am not concerned enough about inequality.
Better late than never.