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Bill Maher on the Covid Lockdowns

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I am not Bill Maher’s biggest fan – largely because I pay what will likely surprise most of you as virtually no attention to celebrities such as him. (I barely know who he is or what he’s about.) But I thank my GMU Econ colleague Dan Klein for alerting me to this clip that Maher did about three months ago on the covid lockdowns. I agree with David Henderson’s description of it earlier today (via e-mail): “It’s really good.” Do watch. Comments

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I am not Bill Maher’s biggest fan – largely because I pay what will likely surprise most of you as virtually no attention to celebrities such as him. (I barely know who he is or what he’s about.) But I thank my GMU Econ colleague Dan Klein for alerting me to this clip that Maher did about three months ago on the covid lockdowns. I agree with David Henderson’s description of it earlier today (via e-mail): “It’s really good.”

Do watch.

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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