Links for November 29, 2010: Raw Milk Raids; Cutting Taxes Is Not a Form of “Spending”; The Impossible Fed Mandate; others….

  • Probably one of the most offensive things I’ve seen in a while. If you aren’t outraged by this, then, I don’t know what to say. All that crap about “liberty and justice for all” must not mean a whole lot to you.

  • The defenders of individual rights need to remind the government that it does not pay or enrich anyone by allowing him to keep what is already his.

    This is a very simple principle that many progressives seem not to understand. No, tax cuts are not a form of “spending”. This article was written in response is N. Gregory Makiw’s The Blur Between Spending and Taxes.

  • In my perfect world, prices would be all stable all the time, but in real life, supply and demand should determine prices, not central planning.

  • A good economic analysis. Who’s pricing this stuff?

  • Before my libertarian ideals crystallized, I was pretty solidly against allowing lenders to charge such high interest rates for payday loans. Now I realize they are businesses that have to compete for customers like any other business. If you have a financial emergency and you need cash today, a payday loan might be cheaper than some late fees.

    Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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