Today Megan McArdle pointed me to a piece on Puerto Rico by Matt Levine. I won’t even try to sommarize it. Instead, just click here.
I don’t think ECB will force Greece out of euro; I think it will have to devalue if it wants to reopen its banks ever.
Like every economist worthy of the name I favor free trade. But I also predicted that TPA would never make it to the Oval Office. I was wrong, but in this case I’m happy to be wrong about TPA. Mea culpa.
Pulling together these disparate elements, my estimate is that the federal government will collect about $375 million in additional tax revenue.
The implied value of a human life is between $1,270,181.30 and $1,750,790.44. This compares favorably with the accepted standard of $5 million per human life.
Got that? A free, open and accessible Internet requires government regulation! Only in certain parts of Washington, D.C. does that make any sense.
There are a lot of Mountain Views around the U.S. This is a sample of recent news stories.
And there you have it. President Obama’s pattern of staffing the top three or four levels of every single federal agency with people whose only qualification is loyalty to him personally has just put American lives and security at risk. A lot of risk.
If you can think of a better choice for the $10 bill I’d like to hear it. However, along with others, I believe Dr. Schwartz should share that real estate with Mr. Hamilton.