The Economic Winners And Losers Of The Pandemic While the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing, the economies of most OECD countries have started to bounce back from the effects of 2020. As Statista’s Florian Zandt notes, according to data accumulated by The Economist, Ireland is the nation with the highest GDP uptick between Q4 2019 and
Mainstream Media Is “Being Swallowed” By Joe Rogan Submitted by QTR’s Fringe Finance Over the past week, after a blog post I made about how Joe Rogan was disrupting the mainstream media, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by former Fox Houston newswoman Ivory Hecker about what the future of the mainstream media looks like.
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There is no comparison from 9/11 to January 6. Kamala Harris is absolutely crazy to even suggest this.
Livelihoods, friendships, and family have been the victims of a system that failed us.
This December marks the first anniversary of my AIER book, Pathways to Policy Failure. It contains a great deal of insight into public policy, but came out too late to influence anyone’s New Year’s resolutions for 2021. So it might be worth revisiting with an eye to resolutions for 2022, after a string of notable
It has become fashionable to view the wealthy with suspicion. A pervasive theme among politicians is that the elite and wealthy are opposed to their constituency. To beat the system, one needs to beat back the elites. Yet for all the rhetoric centered around conflict, putting aside class differences can be helpful to achieving widely
As I write this, Germany is closing down its nuclear power stations, and I am reminded of a phrase in Shostakovich’s memoirs, including of life under Stalin: “A great cultural event, like the closing of a theatre.” There are those who see behind the closure a sinister Russian plot, Mrs. Merkel—they say—having long been a
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Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O’Connor, AKA Shuhada Sadaqat, announced her teen son had died after going missing. Sinead O’Connor’s 17-year-old son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, went missing on Thursday after being hospitalized following two suicide attempts. Sinead O’Connor spent several years in a mental institution and converted to Islam in 2018. Earlier this week, Sinead