Notes From Babel

Links from the past week

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Via Greg Mankiw, Tax Foundation reports a controversial study indicating the U.S. is already has one of the most progressive tax policies around.  See also here.

Veronique de Rugy explains why hedge funds aren’t that bad, and might have even helped the economy.

Christopher Wolfe argues marriage has been injured not primarily by the campaign for same-sex marriage, but by no-fault divorce and the sexual revolution in general.

Tim Sandefur corrects a misunderstood point about states’ authority to maintain their own armies.

Adam Serwer on the Big Love series finale.

Eighty-Four Underpaid Fullerton Teachers Who Make Over $90k.

Interesting theory why the stimulus didn’t work:  liberal federal policy offset by conservative state policy.

Yglesias on why household budgets are not like government budgetsFLG responds.

Justice for Janitors is a real thing?

David Bernstein on Ryan Williams’—a living, breathing, practicing attorney, like me!—”path breaking” new article, The One and Only Substantive Due Process Clause.

Joe Biden on impeaching the President for unauthorized use of executive power.

The Bleeding Heart Libertarians blog poses another interesting thought experiment.  My comment here.


Written by Tim Kowal

March 25, 2011 at 11:29 pm

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