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Originally posted on The Logical Place:
John Cook, The University of Queensland The notion that climate science denial is no longer a part of Australian politics was swept away yesterday by One Nation Senator-Elect Malcolm Roberts. In his inaugural press conference, Roberts claimed that “[t]here’s not one piece of empirical evidence anywhere, anywhere, showing that…

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Originally posted on Cherokee Gothic:
A couple of interesting papers on the evolution of central banking as well as a fun WSJ piece on how bombastic metaphors have taken over discussions of CB actions. Calomiris, Charles ; Flandreau, Marc ; Laeven, Luc, “Political Foundations of the Lender of Last Resort: A Global Historical Narrative.”  “This paper…

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Originally posted on econfix:
I blogged on the ‘Double Irish’ in 2014 and that this tax arrangement would be ended fully within four years. Yesterday the European Commission ruled that a tax deal between the Irish government and Apple amounted to illegal state aid with Apple being ordered to pay a record-breaking €13bn (NZ$20bn) in…

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Originally posted on Dogs and Avocados:
There is a case to be made for Revolver as the greatest album The Beatles ever made.  It sounded unlike any Beatles record before or since.  Their seventh studio album arrived on August 5, 1966; eight months after Rubber Soul and nine months before Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club…

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Originally posted on International Liberty:
Our statist friends like high taxes for many reasons. They want to finance bigger government, and they also seem to resent successful people, so high tax rates are a win-win policy from their perspective. They also like high tax rates to micromanage people’s behavior. They urge higher taxes on tobacco…

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