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A car would not swerved towards us and we would not have driven under downed trolley bus wires if it were not for this green fetish. The swerving car distracted me from noticing that the trolley bus wires were hanging low above it on a dull Wellington Day This enormously expensive way of running public …

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The universal basic income is a rare bird for the left. It is the only time the usual suspects on the left are happy to cut government bureaucracy. Furthermore, the left makes no inquiries as to how these redundant bureaucrats who administered the welfare state will find jobs. The market is left to work its …

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Any decent political movement makes an ambit claim in expectation of being beaten back to its real position. That is basic negotiation tactics in politics. Such is the volatility of expressive politics that the fight for 15 campaign has taken on a life of its own and is actually delivering on a $15 living wage …

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I used to argue that the quality of public policy making would double if public policy analysts remembered the first 6 weeks of microeconomics 101 but on reflection more than that is required. I picked up my initial insight out when working as a graduate economist in the Australian Department of Finance. That was a …

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Source: Quotation of the day for Earth Day on the ‘science of economics versus the religion of environmentalism’ … – AEI | Carpe Diem Blog » AEIdeas from Steven E. Landsburg’s book “The Armchair Economist: Economics and Everyday Life,” in his chapter titled “Why I Am Not an Environmentalist: The Science of Economics versus the …

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https://twitter.com/MaxCRoser/status/630066216158261248/photo/1 Since 1820 the world's population increased 7x while extreme poverty fell from 94% to 14%. buff.ly/1hgHIrb http://t.co/0dx4GE4Uqc— Jeremiah Dillon (@jeremiahdillon) August 07, 2015

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