That Amazon would place all sorts of demands on its third-party vendors is logical, and once again obvious. Lina Khan may know she has no case, but if she doesn’t, she could find it through the Eras Tour.
Barr’s Google attack was contradictory, which is a waste of words. Any argument suggesting impregnable monopoly is by its very description contradictory. Worse for GOP is that Barr bragged that the initial federal attack on Google came from Republicans.
Keynesian theory says governments can grow the economy with spending, but that too much government spending causes inflation. Monetarism, a Keynesian variant, claims that increases in so-called “money supply” power economic growth, but that too much money brings on inflation.
Here’s the why behind The Parkview Institute. The goal will be to optimistically correct all the misunderstanding that pollutes the opinion pieces of the dominant ideologies.
Wrapping its thoughtless actions in “national security” sanctimony, the Biden administration will weaken a U.S. always and everywhere made stronger by imports, all the while reducing the cost of war between the U.S. and Chinese by suffocating the very trade that, for making war so expensive, renders it unlikely.
Dumb as government economic statistics are, the recommended responses to them are exponentially dumber.
History says the governmental incompetence that Jenkins so routinely and expertly reveals doesn’t stop at our borders. Maybe past government waste will finally bring with it an upside.
Congress is widely loathed by Americans who continue to overwhelmingly re-elect their own representative. This paradox speaks to the importance of strict term limits.
The problem with government can’t be found in how the funds it wastes are extracted, rather the problem can be found in the extraction. Eventually deficit hawks will realize this truth, that the real “burden on the grandchildren” is the size of the government they’ll inherit, not the debt.
Uncertainty about Social Security’s future is more of a political discussion than it is a discussion of actual market realities.