==> The bearish von Pepe sends this Zero Hedge article on the new “cash.”
==> Josie Wales reports on the flaws and foibles of the FBI crime lab.
==> Chris Leroux thinks he blew up Gene Callahan and me, in our critique of Hoppe’s argumentation ethics. I report, you decide.
==> Mark my words: Dan Sanchez is a rising star in Austro-libertarianism. And you can’t go wrong with articles covered in Marvel art.
==> My latest at Mises CA talks about Carly Fiorina’s record at HP:
I have not investigated Carly Fiorina’s campaign, and I am quite sure that if I did, I would very much oppose her becoming the next U.S. president. My modest point in this blog post is that the United States federal government is currently spending far more money, and employing far more people, than any reasonable person could defend–let alone people (like me) who have ideological and moral objections to the State per se. In this respect, if I hear that a particular candidate has experience in laying people off when she thought it was in the long-term interest of the organization, then that’s a plus, not a minus.