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The US Census both causes and reacts to changes in perception of racial identification. Continue reading Racial Gerrymandering (The Other Type)
Some highlights from Gallup’s report on 30 years of declining US productivity. Continue reading Highlights From Gallup’s No Recovery: An Analysis of Long-Term US Productivity Decline
Faced with a Republican-dominated federal government, will progressives choose cities as their new political battlegrounds? Continue reading Does Portland’s CEO Tax Indicate Progressive Shift to Local Focus?
The past election cycle displayed plenty of desire to fight, but sadly little inclination for debate. Continue reading The Lost Art of Debate
If America is to survive a Trump presidency, citizens and law makers will have to stop looking the other way on executive overreach when it’s convenient. Continue reading Stakes is High
Chinese subsidies are harmful, but not to American consumers. Continue reading Americans Aren’t the Ones Who Should Be Mad about Chinese “Dumping”
Less political choice means worse politicians. Continue reading The Political Impoverishment of America
The 2015 Census report indicates a recovering America. But household income data are reliably opaque. Continue reading Census Data Are Weird
There’s no shortage of lessons for us to learn from the unfolding Mylan scandal. It’s practically a study in the consequences of an uncompetitive market and bureaucratic cynicism. Among all the take-aways from this episode, there’s one thing that stands … Continue reading The Value of Inferior Products