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Murphy Double Play

* I put the CBO’s March 5 budget projections in context in the Buffalo News. * I still haven’t found the video of the Tea Party speech; I’m thinking maybe it was a special moment for the 3,000 (?) people still in the arena. But here’s the video (though it starts after my opening jokes) […]

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Join Us In Iowa!

Man I really have to get better about giving you folks notice on these things. Anyway, I don’t need to invite you to the upcoming Campaign for Liberty event in Des Moines (this Friday through Sunday, May 14-16), because this guy is a bit more famous: (HT2 Tom Woods who notified me of the video. […]

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Murphy Triple Play

Sorry kids, I’m still catching up on all my “real work” so I can’t resume blogging. In the meantime, here are some things you might enjoy: * My AOL piece explaining that Social Security is already broke. (Warning: If you don’t want to get a jillion emails, don’t write an article for AOL.) * My […]

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See You in Cincinnati

I probably won’t be blogging more until Friday evening (if then). I have to hit the road pretty early today for the Cincinnati Tea Party appearance tonight. (Sean Hannity is doing his TV show on location, but I don’t think I am going to be on it.)

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Murphy on King

No, Larry didn’t book me for his live show. I’m talking about Stephen King, in my “Faculty Spotlight” interview at Mises: 6. What are your favorite literary works? John Steinbeck’s East of Eden is the greatest novel I have ever read, but I probably liked Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove more. I also need to mention […]

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Three Murphy Items

* In this op ed I discuss the history of the federal income tax, and make the very modest proposal that we abolish it. * At EconLib this month I do the grunt work and make a quick case that Big Government destroys at least $8,500 in real income per year, for every man, woman, […]

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