We’re Off To A Good Start In The “Trade War” Yesterday, the Trump administration slapped $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports. The tariffs are intended to protect American innovation and competitiveness in the global . . .
intellectual whack-a-mole Facts don’t care about your feelings. ~Ben Shapiro Last Thursday Ben Shapiro responded to my article “Why Ben Shapiro is Wrong on Free Trade” with his own piece: “Yes, Tariffs Are Still Stupid. . . .
How Isaac Newton Lost a Fortune Isaac Newton was a genius—perhaps the most intelligent man to ever walk this earth. It was he who uncovered the laws of motion, he who unravelled light’s mysteries, and . . .
Trump Asks China To Reduce Their Trade Deficit And Stop Intellectual Property Theft This week, the President slapped tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to enhance domestic steel production, to the dismay of liberal economists . . .
President Trump Promised Tariffs, Let’s Hope he Delivers In 1988 Donald Trump told Oprah Winfrey that America was being “ripped off” by its trading partners. Between 1979 and 1988 nearly 2 million Americans lost their manufacturing . . .
3 Things Settlers of Catan Teaches Us About Economics He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches. ~George Bernard Shaw Name as many billionaires as you can. Now some millionaires. Who are the richest people . . .
Conservatives & Cognitive Dissonance: Why Rejecting the UN Means Rejecting NAFTA Lampooning the left is lucrative business, and has become a rite-of-passage for conservative commentators—even politicians. Pundits like Ben Shapiro, and provocateurs like Milo Yiannapoulos . . .
‘Tariff’ Should Have Been George Carlin’s Eighth Dirty Word This August President Trump empowered the U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, to investigate China’s theft of American intellectual property (IP), which costs America up to $500 . . .
Why America’s Trade Deficit Will be at the Heart of the Next Economic Collapse Ask ten physicists where an asteroid will be in one year and you’ll get one (right) answer. Ask ten economists where . . .
Economic Globalization Inevitably Leads to Political Globalism I’ve had my fair share of debates with so-called conservatives who, on the one hand, vociferously (and rightly) denounce political globalization, while at the same time they sing songs of . . .