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As one-size-fits-all COVID vaccine mandates sweep government, academia, and corporate America, new data are emerging that undermine the public health justifications for these policies. Studies from multiple countries now indicate that vaccination alone is less effective than the acquired immunity many already possess and unable...

There is an interesting article in The New Yorker about one of my competitors in the intro textbook market. A notable tidbit:Jonathan Gruber, who teaches introductory economics at M.I.T., felt that core might introduce too much complexity for a foundational course. He worried that so much emphasis on...

We continue our look at Murray Rothbard's two volume An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought with a show focused on Adam Smith. Rothbard attacked him mercilessly as a plagiarist who set economic theory back decades with his muddled views on value and...

There is less than a week to go before the Economics Nobel Prize. Dear Nobel Committee: How can you not give the prize to Tom Sowell this year? Tom's work evidently merits a Nobel purely as a contribution to economics, covering many issues. But we can't ignore...

You can start to wonder what, if anything, will be left standing of the life we once called “modern” when Christmas 2021 rolls around. Shopping? Motoring? Working? Mingling? Eating? Sleeping? Waking…? Suddenly, everything is coming apart. The supply lines are wobbling and many will go down....

(Don Boudreaux) Tweet… is from page 3 of Deirdre McCloskey’s excellent 1990 book, If You’re So Smart: The Narrative of Economic Expertise: Economic snake oil sells, in other words, because the public wants it. The public wants it because of the fears that magicians and medicine...