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Originally posted on PA Pundits – International:
By Randy Hall ~ Despite the fact that Google — a multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products — has announced it will serve as the official livestream provider during this year’s Republican convention, liberal groups and civil rights advocates have called on the technology…

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Massimo Tavoni and Caterina Gennaioli published a nice paper showing that corruption and violence was higher in the high wind provinces of Italy after the installation of wind generators. They built on earlier work about countries with abundant renewable resources and weak institutions. The main question in their paper … is whether an increase in …

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Originally posted on PA Pundits – International:
By Andrew Bolt ~ There are many troubling things about Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s submarines deal and on Monday I will reveal perhaps the most dangerous. Meanwhile, Alan Mitchell of the Financial Review on the sheer waste: Photo: A Shortfin Barracuda Block 1A pre-concept design released as…

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Originally posted on A Fine Theorem:
The John Bates Clark Award, given to the best economist in the United States under 40, was given to Princeton’s Yuliy Sannikov today. The JBC has, in recent years, been tilted quite heavily toward applied empirical microeconomics, but the prize for Sannikov breaks that streak in striking fashion. Sannikov,…

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Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
On a far smaller scale that currently being experienced in Europe, Australia has had an issue with asylum seekers arriving on its shores by boat. The issue is politically contentious and has featured prominently in a number of federal election campaigns. It is Australian policy that asylum seekers…

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Originally posted on Family Inequality:
Don’t drive distracted, okay? Now for some more updated facts. (Follow the whole series under the texting tag.) The Diane Rehm show on NPR (Washington station WAMU) did another full episode on the perils of distracted driving. The extremely misleading title of the episode was, “Distracted Driving: What It Will…

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