• What Sweden Has Done Right on Coronavirus

    What Sweden Has Done Right on Coronavirus0

    Until last week, only three European countries had still not closed their schools as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Then followed Britain’s sharp reverse-course and lockdown policy where Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally gave in to pressure, leaving only Iceland and Sweden with a strongly diverging policy. Iceland, a miniature country that could probably test its entire population in an afternoon

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  • When Atlas Is Washing His Hands

    When Atlas Is Washing His Hands0

    What happens when Atlas stops holding up the world? In Ayn Rand’s famous (and if I may add brilliant) novel Atlas Shrugged, the producers of the world eventually get fed up with government’s continuous strangling harassment and quit. Spoiler alert: The world doesn’t fare well without the producers who keep society moving…working…innovating…building. Now, imagine a

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  • Economics in Rhyme: the Illuminating Poetry of Willford I. King

    Economics in Rhyme: the Illuminating Poetry of Willford I. King0

    “The Minimum Wage“ To make a horse drink It is foolish to try; It’s fully as hard To make customers buy: So, when prices are raised By law or decree, That sales will fall off Is as sure as can be; And if minimum wages By commission are set Above what the worker Would naturally

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