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The 10th and Final Edition of Coronavirus Humor

| | | | | I started sharing politically-themed coronavirus humor back in March and that’s now been a tradition for nine consecutive weekends (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). This will be the final edition. We’ll start with a clever video from Kevin James. It could be entitled, Revenge …

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Using Coronavirus as an Excuse for More E.U. Centralization and Redistribution

| | | | | I wrote earlier this month about coronavirus becoming an excuse for more bad public policy. American politicians certainly have been pushing all sorts of proposals for bigger government, showing that they have embraced the notion that you don’t want to let a “crisis go to waste.” But nothing that’s happening …

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Coronavirus Benefits, Amex Limits Cards, Hotels vs Airbnb, Detroit Pistons Bad Boys

| | | | | We bring you all the coronavirus benefits, how Amex limits cards, the battle of hotels vs Airbnb, we remember the good old Detroit Pistons Bad Boys, the best Covid-19 coverage that may save your life (or at least I would like to think so), play some live music thanks to …

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Coronavirus and the Failure of Big Government: A Closer Look at the CDC

| | | | | I’ve written four columns (here, here, here, and here) on the general failure of government health bureaucracies to effectively respond to the coronavirus. The pattern was so pronounced that it even led me to unveil a Seventh Theorem of Government. I’m not surprised at this outcome, of course, given the …

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Another Weekly Edition of Coronavirus Humor

| | | | | As a policy wonk, I wish people would get excited about my columns about topics such as “tax depreciation” and “trade data” and my missives about issues such as “budget concepts” and “cost-benefit analysis.” Instead, I notice that my humor-oriented columns generate a lot more traffic, which is somewhat humbling …

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