Bryan Caplan does an excellent job answering the critics of George Mason economics. If more people were as thoughtful and observant as the George Mason folks are the world would be a much better place.
"I see no way around it: either Bloomberg’s report is significantly wrong, at least as pertains to Amazon and Apple, or Apple and Amazon have issued blatantly false denials."
I absolutely agree. It's discouraging that some conservatives want to "break up" Google and others. This is especially so given that Google's competitors are literally a click away. (I don't give two bottle caps for Facebook or Twitter.)
And haven't those conservatives heard about "Who guards the guardians?"
Robert P. Murphy, writing for the Foundation for Economic Education, eviscerates the dopey argument for a minimum wage in disguise.
I'm not worried about Justice Kavanaugh's temperament, but in case you are, please read this.
Related: "A Modest Compromise on Judge Kavanaugh’s ‘Temperament’".
I had to like an article that leads off with one of my all-time favorite social science wisecracks:
Economics is all about how people make choices. Sociology is all about why they don't any choices to make.
Beach season is pretty much over for most of the U.S. this year, but you might want to save this for next year or refer to it if you're taking a Christmas vacation in Florida.
Focuses on the famous "Wall of Sound". (8.5 minute video.)