Friday Hodgepodge

Friday, July 06, 2018

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Notable Commentary

"If [Alan Greenspan] wanted power and fame, he would not get them in his lifetime by advocating honest money." -- Keith Weiner, in "An Idea Whose Time Has Come" at SNB & CHF.

"Without predictions of hyperinflation or economic doom, without a makeover of the monetary system, and without even a skyrocketing gold price, there are simple and clear fiscal benefits to a government that issues a gold bond." -- Keith Weiner, in "The Benefits of Issuing Gold Bonds" at SNB & CHF.

"[W]hen medical organizations and medical journals start offering opinions outside their field of expertise, they simply harm their credibility and sound silly..." -- Paul Hsieh, in "Doctors Need to Shut Up More" at Forbes.

"For classical liberals like us and [Richard] Epstein, any government, and any system of law, must explain why their dictates have legitimate authority." -- Adam Mossoff and Eric Claeys, in "Patent Injunctions, Economics, and Rights" (PDF) in George Mason Law & Economics Research Paper, No. 18-17.

-- CAV

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