Daily Trawl

Shorter run around the houses today:

1. More cockroaches at the European Commission.
People in Brussels apparently think Krugman and de Grauwe are being mean to Olli Rehn.

2. Uncrown, King Corn.
Scientific American break the pledge. Sorry, Iowa.

3. Hard numbers on US ‘stimulus’ policies.
Andrew Fieldhouse has a solid piece in the Fiscal Times discussing how wrong-headed the Beltway bandits are on fiscal policy. This statement definitely includes the Obama White House, but as the article makes clear, it’s mostly about the remarkable radicalism of the GOP.

4. And finally…
Jonathan Chait brings it to Boskin. How can you not love an article titled ‘The World’s Wrongest Man?’

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Per Argument Ad Astra

Politics, history, economics and rampant speculation from a victim of the Great Recession, currently at large in the West Midlands.

"When the regulation, therefore, is in favour of the workmen, it is always just and equitable; but it is sometimes otherwise when in favour of the masters."
                -- Adam Smith


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