This is one of the "features" or "services" I hope to provide on the blog. Just a hodgepodge of different articles and blogposts I found around the web that I found interesting and informative:
Donald Luskin has this to say about an interesting looking book called "Liberal Fascism":
Finally, Don Boudreaux at Cafe Hayek calls our attention to an article by Joel Kotkin of The Washington Post, about how today's headlines foretell "doom and gloom" for the economy and the coming years, and how in the 70's, the headlines seemed the same. Oil prices high now, Oil prices high in the 70's. The dollar is struggling now, the dollar was taken off the gold peg in the 70's and some thought that when the toilet paper ran out you might as well use the notes as a substitute. They said a piece of the Amazon the size of Rhode Island disappears every day and our kids would never get to see it and guess what, it hasn't gone anywhere. Keep the alarmists in check. Not so long ago many thought the American economy would tank we would be buying groceries with the Yen. It's a cycle guys, it goes up, it goes down, it comes back round again.