Tag Archives: Supply-Side Theory

The Obama Uncertainty

They all laughed at Clint Eastwood when he winged it at the Republican convention in Tampa and improvised that conversation with an empty chair, representing a wholly imaginary Barack Obama. That could have been brilliant but it was just strange. … Continue reading

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Just Say Anything

When an old friend, and a former student of all things, talks about running for office, well, it’s hard to know what to say. Public service is wonderful and all that, and helping shape the nation’s future is quite impressive. … Continue reading

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The Promise of Amazing Adventures in Macroeconomics

Yes, it’s been a long strange ride. Old married couples smile and say that to each other on their anniversary each year. Yes, looking back nothing turned out the way you expected it to turn out. And no doubt, years … Continue reading

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