October 18, 2021

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Lingering Effects from Covid and Hurricane Ida Hurt Industrial Output in September

Industrial production fell 1.3 percent in September, the second decline in a row and the largest monthly drop since February. The decline pushed total output...

The Route of (Least) Resistance

When I was younger, I enjoyed the American teenage drama The O.C., set in Newport Beach, California. It was a somewhat cheesy, teenage-angsty drama involving...

The FDA’s War Against the Truth on Ivermectin

On July 28, the Wall Street Journal ran our article “Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?” In it, we outlined the potential...

What Jack Dorsey Should Realize about Twitter from Reading Rothbard

On August 13, Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey took the internet by surprise when he tweeted a link to an anarchist work titled Anatomy...

The Crime Dividend of Pandemic Policies

Throughout the late spring and summer of 2021, partially owing to pandemic policies and partially to hindered extraction, the price of palladium shot to over...

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Chinese & Russian Warships Jointly Sail Through Chokepoint Off Japan's Mainland For 1st Time

In an unprecedented maneuver amid joint naval drills that just wrapped up in the region, a large group of Chinese PLA and Russian warships sailed through

NHL Suspends San Jose Sharks Player 21 Games For Submitting Fake COVID Vaccine Card

The Kyrie Irving effect is spreading.In the latest farce involving pro sports covid "loopholes", the AP reports that the NHL has suspended San Jose Sharks

‘The industry has been in denial’: As hotels recover from the pandemic, they’re planning how to compete with another threat — Airbnb

With the number of COVID-19 cases receding as vaccination drives continue and the Delta variants ebbs, the travel industry could be poised for a resurgence.

UK online lender Zopa valued at $1 billion in SoftBank-led funding round

In this article9984.T-JPJaidev Janardana, CEO of peer-to-peer lender Zopa.ZopaLONDON —

It’s time to prepare for shortages of bikes, toys — and more — this holiday season

The Port of Los Angeles is going to 24/7 operations, and dockworkers are ready to work more shifts as part of an initiative that President

Now We Are Being Warned That A “Recession” Could Be Coming During The “Dark Winter” That Is Ahead

We are just coming out of “the COVID recession”, and now we are being told that another recession could be just around the corner.  Thanks...