==> I make a modest point about fracking and federalism.
==> Simon Lester thinks Krugman is up to no good on his post about protectionism, but I don’t really have a dog in that fight. BTW, my Krugman takedowns are still coming, I’m just digging myself out of a pile of stuff.
==> Consumers are now safe from milk that is too cheap, in Louisiana.
==> Gene Callahan explains the basic point that even if one trusts Barack Obama to only blow up the bad guys, what happens when we have a bad guy in the White House?
==> Mario Rizzo wants to raise your taxes. (But read it in context to see what he’s saying.)
==> Joe Salerno argues that the Fed is creating more asset bubbles.
==> Daniel Kuehn has no problem with minimum wage hikes, and Nick Rowe thinks economy-wide price controls might be good in the short run. I am now officially going to leave economics and go full-time into comedy.