Friday , November 16 2018

Potpourri

Summary:
==> At IER, I discuss Doug Ford’s election (in Ontario). He ran on a platform promising to roll back cap-and-trade. ==> Sorry if I already pushed this: In the latest Contra Krugman I go solo and talk about the economics of climate change policy. ==> FEE’s Blinking Lights award, given this year to Nelson Nash. ==> I haven’t had time to read this carefully, but Ilya Somin doesn’t think “enforcing the existing law” requires breaking up families, contrary to the Trump Administration’s claims (at least its initial claims before the revamp). ==> Rob Bradley gives a list of some failed climate doomsaying. ==> Jacob Huebert has been traveling in Austro-libertarian circles for years so I was very pleasantly surprised to see he was one of the lawyers behind the recent

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==> At IER, I discuss Doug Ford’s election (in Ontario). He ran on a platform promising to roll back cap-and-trade.

==> Sorry if I already pushed this: In the latest Contra Krugman I go solo and talk about the economics of climate change policy.

==> FEE’s Blinking Lights award, given this year to Nelson Nash.

==> I haven’t had time to read this carefully, but Ilya Somin doesn’t think “enforcing the existing law” requires breaking up families, contrary to the Trump Administration’s claims (at least its initial claims before the revamp).

==> Rob Bradley gives a list of some failed climate doomsaying.

==> Jacob Huebert has been traveling in Austro-libertarian circles for years so I was very pleasantly surprised to see he was one of the lawyers behind the recent union ruling.

==> Conservatives ruin everything!

==> The submissions are in for the Contra Contest 2018!

==> I chime in at Scott Alexander’s blog. Topic: Piketty.

Robert Murphy
Christian, Austrian economist, and libertarian theorist. Research Prof at Texas Tech and author of *Choice*. Paul Krugman's worst nightmare.

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