==> If you’re interested in the economics of climate change, I throw out some factoids in this blog post that may surprise you.
==> Somebody asked me to find this (I had cited it in my Rothbard study guide), so I thought I’d relay it to y’all: It’s a wonderful essay by Bohm-Bawerk that includes a neat response to the idea that if people decide to save more, that should kill business investment. I read this in high school as part of a Richard Ebeling collection published by Hillsdale College. Ah, to be young and discover Bohm-Bawerk was pure bliss…
==> Now we know why Robert Wenzel doesn’t put up lots of photos of himself: turns out he is really Judge Napolitano having some fun as a blogger.
==> Clash of the Monetary Titans: Look at JP Koning and Nick Rowe having an argument about endogeneity in the comments of this post. I think they created a black hole.
==> I can no longer reconstruct how we came upon this, but my son and I found this “Mario Is Evil” essay quite humorous. (Don’t worry, I scrolled quickly so he couldn’t see the naughty words.)
==> If you’ve never seen Steve Horwitz in video before, this is a good interview. (Note: I didn’t watch the whole thing, so if he uttered some heresy don’t flip out on me. I’m a clearinghouse, not the thought police.)
==> This “Last Psychiatrist” blogger is strangely persuasive.
==> Anthony Gregory writes more on the antiwar movement by 9am, than most people do all day.