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Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

“Prices,” said the economist Benjamin Anderson, “have work to do. Prices should be free to tell the truth.” With Covid cases rising, places like Los Angeles reinstating outdoor mask mandates, and social media bursting with even more indignation than usual about Those People who refuse to wear a mask (or Those People who refuse to […]

AFA’s July Book Discussion Group: Thomas Sowell’s Conflict of Visions

AFA’s July Book Discussion Group:  Thomas Sowell’s Conflict of Visions

  Thursday, July 25th at 7PM Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel AFA’s July Book Discussion Group Thomas Sowell’s A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggles  Many years ago, when I found, much to my horror, that I seemed to be a conservative, this is the book that helped me not only accept that discovery, but in fact […]

Pope’s faux pas

Pope’s faux pas

By Tony Passaro Climate change, really? . This is inconceivable but the Pope’s central theme during his visit to the United States has been “climate change.”  . Question:  Where would you prioritize Climate Change in the following list of world, religious, Christian or Catholic problems? . Christian persecution in the Middle East – hundreds slaughtered weekly […]