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May 2, 2021

Is the US Economy a Virtual Reality?

An owner of the bar explained to me that he has been closed for a full year and yet miraculously…

April 29, 2021

The Anti-Lockdown Movement Is Large and Growing

Feeling outgunned, outnumbered, overpowered, smothered, and censored? Many people who oppose Covid lockdowns and all their associated restrictions feel this…

April 28, 2021

The Debate Between Conservatives and Libertarians

A seminal book of essays has been published by the American Institute for Economic Research. It collects a huge range…

April 28, 2021

Consumers Who Want Privacy Are Finally Getting Their Way

I just updated my iPhone with a new feature that is long overdue. I’m thrilled to say that anyone who…

April 19, 2021

The Lockdown Paradigm Is Collapsing

It’s taken much longer than it should have but at last it seems to be happening: the lockdown paradigm is…

April 18, 2021

Pathogens in One Lesson, Courtesy of Sunetra Gupta

Early last year, it became obvious that knowledge about viruses and society – we need urgently to think differently about…

April 15, 2021

Three Books on the Covid/Lockdown Catastrophe

In the early days of the lockdown, Amazon experimented with curating which books they would and would not publish on…

April 15, 2021

Medical Journal Warns About Masks’ Potentially Devastating Consequences

Last week, YouTube took down an AIER-linked video of a scientific roundtable on Covid held by Florida governor Ron DeSantis.…

April 13, 2021

Ludwig von Mises on Intellectual Obligation in Times of Crisis

Last year often felt like the “worst of times,” in Dickens’ phrase, but the 20th century saw other terrible times.…

April 10, 2021

Another Covid Myth Dies the Death

Going to the grocery store in Massachusetts in 2020 guaranteed you would breathe heaps of sanitizer. A full-time employee scrubbed…