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  • Paul Greenberg: Happy Old Year!

    What a year 2015 has been. It's seen the greatest outbreak of freedom since 1989, that [BEGIN ITALICS]annus mirabilis, [END ITALICS]year of wonders, when freedom was breaking out the world over. First the Iron Curtain collapsed, to be followed shortly thereafter by the implosion of the late and unlamented Soviet Union -- and not just the Cold War was over but the dangerous, decades-long nuclear arms race with it.
  • French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel Prize

    French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel Prize
    French economist Jean Tirole won the 2014 Nobel Prize for economics for work that has shed light on how governments can "tame" the big businesses that dominate once-public monopolies like railways, highways and telecommunications. "This year's prize in...

    Watch a conservative economist try to wish income inequality away

    Watch a conservative economist try to wish income inequality away
    As America's problems with economic inequality have moved toward the political front burner, conservative economists have stepped up their efforts to explain that it doesn't really exist. Few, however, will be able to top University of Chicago economist...

    John Oliver debuts world's most informative Diet Coke commercial

    John Oliver debuts world's most informative Diet Coke commercial
    "Last Week Tonight" with John Oliver airs on HBO, a channel whose subscription-based business model eliminates the need for advertisers. That status surely helped make Oliver's segment on the journalism trend of native advertising much, much easier to...

    Avoid state income tax with a personal tax inversion

    Everywhere you look there is talk of corporate tax inversions -- the tax strategy whereby large multinational corporations shift assets or company headquarters to other countries in order to benefit from a lower corporate income tax rate. Both sides of...