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(Don Boudreaux) TweetScott Lincicome describes the lamentable return of green industrial policy. A slice: Finally, there are the substantial costs—seen and unseen—associated with green industrial policies. Those projects cited in the Technology Pork Barrel, for example, uniformly exhibited “cost overruns” that far exceeded their budgets. Years...

POLL: Is the world freer today than it was in 1961? https://bit.ly/3scqW27August 13, 2021, marks the 60th anniversary of the Berlin Wall. Why was the wall built, and how does it relate to our world today? AEI's Elisabeth Braw explains.Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/user/AEIVideos?sub_confirmation=1Like us...

August 11, 2021                                             Don't surrender to the pandemic control freaksfromReason: They'll never be satisfied in a world of balanced risks.Indoctrination and CensorshipThe infrastructure bill requires...

No one can seriously deny that each person has priors – suppositions about the workings of the world that are taken to be true and given, rarely examined once accepted, and even more rarely rejected and replaced by alternatives. Nor can anyone seriously deny that...

My interview with Tunku Varadarajan in the Wall Street Journal: “Science” has become a political catchword. “I believe in science,” Joe Biden tweeted six days before he was elected president. “Donald Trump doesn’t. It’s that simple, folks.” But what does it mean to believe in science? The British science writer Matt Ridley...