==> I think President Obama should read from this website in celebration of Columbus Day, in order to win over Sean Hannity.
==> My favoriet go-to guy for climate science is Chip Knappenberger. Here’s his archive at Cato. In particular, y’all should be aware of the skullduggery in the latest IPCC report (AR5), in which they hem and haw about the fact that almost all of their models overpredicted the actual amount of warming that occurred during the last 15 years. And here’s Roger Pielke Jr. on the attempt to associate “extreme” climate events with human emissions. This one is not even close; even the IPCC doesn’t try to make the case, so you’d think people in the media and government would drop it. But don’t worry: By the year 2047 we will have definitive proof, according to a new study; so let’s go ahead and tax carbon.
==> John Cochran (not the Chicago John Cochrane with an “e”) has a good article on stimulus at Mises.org.
==> In a liquidity trap, it’s expansionary when the Post Office destroys stamps.
==> This is why I didn’t go into modeling.
==> An interesting post from Gene Callahan on Mises and Hayek.
==> Did I ever mention that I can’t stand Neil deGrasse Tyson?
==> Not even military officials give disinformation about ninjas.