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"The justices should've left the regulation of interstate commerce to Congress, rather than letting states create a regulatory patchwork." http://j.mp/2yvVxQf
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"First, attack monopolies. Second, replace patents with prizes."
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"While U.S. officials made a defensible policy change regarding a toothless, pretentious, and hypocritical UN agency, they could scarcely have done a worse job of managing the optics." http://j.mp/2JZj7Kn
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Alex Nowrasteh discusses the upcoming immigration bill on FOX's America's News HQ: http://j.mp/2ynFL9X
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"President Trump's trade policy is misguided, but not irrational: his goal is to cut deals that make him look Herculaean."
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"I thought it worthwhile to list here some important theoretical works favoring nominal GDP targeting over inflation or price-level targeting." http://j.mp/2ylkvBS
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"Duplicity has always been a part of American politics. But this kind of base dishonesty regarding core questions of war and peace makes it close to impossible to carry out foreign policy in a strategic way." http://j.mp/2LXFEE3
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"Focusing too much on test scores could compromise the character development necessary for true lifelong success." http://j.mp/2MDqLI3
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"A United States Citizenship and Immigration Services report shows that the arrest rate for DACA-recipients is lower than that of other U.S. residents." http://j.mp/2JZjsbX
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In a new paper, Cato scholar Erik Goepner argues that 40 years of war have fundamentally changed Afghans, and offers recommendations for U.S. efforts in Afghanistan now and for other high-trauma civil war states in the future. http://j.mp/2M3mDjp
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