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Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
Editors’ note: This is the first of a two-part post on the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill, introduced into the Scottish Parliament on 27 February 2018, and the Law Derived from the European Union (Wales) Bill. Introduction On 27 February, the Scottish Government…

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Originally posted on Mostly Economics:
Edward Nelson says there are 7 common fallacies around Friedman’s paper – The Role of Monetary Policy – which celebrated 50 years recently. This paper analyzes Milton Friedman’s (1968) article “The Role of Monetary Policy,” via a discussion of seven fallacies concerning the article. These fallacies are: (1) “The Role of Monetary…

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Originally posted on The Risk-Monger:
See the French translation For almost two decades, the Risk-Monger and others have held the belief that scientific facts, data and evidence were sufficient for rational decision-making. In the case of the rise in public demand for organic food, he was foolishly wrong and quite tragically Stupid. Facts don’t matter…

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Originally posted on The Risk-Monger:
See the French translation This blog was originally published on 15 July 2013 and is part of my sporadic archive updates from the closed site. In the five years since writing this, children seem to have taken an even greater role in activist lobbying. Wayne Parent recruited his daughter, Rachel, to…

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Originally posted on A Blog on Winston Churchill:
The theme of the Winter 2018 (No. 179) issue of the Finest Hour: The Journal of Winston Churchill and His Times is “Churchill at the Movies.” Articles include the leading portrayals of Churchill in films in the article “Churchill on Screen: The Five Best” by Michael F. Bishop;…

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Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
Justin Murphy is a political scientist who’s a lecturer  in “governance and policy” at the University of Southampton.  On his website he writes about politics and social phenomena from a left-wing viewpoint. His latest post, “Who’s afraid of free speech in the United States?” has some surprises for…

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Truth on the Market Excess is unflattering, no less when claiming that every evolution in legal doctrine is a slippery slope leading to damnation. In Friday’s New York Times, Lina Khan trots down this alarmist path while considering the implications for the pending Supreme Court case of Ohio v. American Express. One of the core …

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