Dear Capitolisters, As you’ve probably seen, the Biden administration and various Democratic politicians have pivoted from pretending that inflation is…
Thousands of U.S. companies and millions of American consumers adapted in all sorts of ways.
Labor shortages, supply chain issues, and a rant against daylight saving time.
A system with (far) less government involvement would have produced better results.
There are significant economic, political, health, and environmental costs.
The idea that admission to the WTO fueled China’s rise and the now-famous “China Shock” is a pretty useless narrative.
Americans of all income levels are much wealthier today than we were only a few decades ago.
Inflation may be transitory, but it can teach us a lot about U.S. economic policy.
A mix of federal, state, and local regulatory policies are behind our supply-chain woes.
Changing the clocks is anti-health, anti-science, and anti-family.
Signs point to the current labor shortages persisting well into next year—if not longer.
My opening statement before the House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce.