Maybe trigger warnings have their place

Interesting crossover

Glenn Loury and Thomas Leonard (Illiberal Refomers)

Which dead macroeconomist is to blame to monetary policy prior to the GFC?

Space Guns Don’t Work (But We Built One Anyway)

What is an Ad Hominem Attack? | Argument Clinic | WIRED

james buchanan and the stealth plan for insurance copays

James Buchanan took no interest in political activism. Few have ever heard of him in part because he is a very difficult writer to read and made few specific policy recommendations. Those that he did which range from 100% inheritance tax to everyone gets a universal basic income were not very practical.

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I’ve been thinking about James Buchanan again in light of Jennifer Burns’ new critical review of Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains. (Steve Teles and Henry Farrell both defend their own positions — and their independence from Charles Koch — one last time as well.)

I’m done talking about Democracy in Chains, but Buchanan was on my mind today. I don’t know how much direct influence he had on public policy. He hasn’t come up that much in my work, although obviously public choice arguments bolstered the case for deregulation.

Recently, though, I’ve been trying to wrap my head around health policy a little bit, in part to test whether arguments I’ve worked out looking at other social policy domains apply there as well. And here Buchanan plays an interesting — though quite indirect — role.

Health economics as a field only emerged in the 1960s. After federal health…

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A Test of the Tropical 200-300 mb Warming Rate in Climate Models

Climate Etc.

by Ross McKitrick

I sat down to write a description of my new paper with John Christy, but when I looked up a reference via Google Scholar something odd cropped up that requires a brief digression.

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Space program wasn’t that popular in the 1960s

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David Friedman: The Technology of Freedom

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