Anthony de Jasay turns his attention this month to the recent Brexit vote in the United Kingdom and considers its possible consequences for the UK and the European Union. His take: Breaking up is hard to do. http://ow.ly/CujD302OmQI Link
"This is a much bigger issue than it first appears to be. Not only would banning cash as we know it inconvenience a lot of people, but also, as we shall see, it would come with many new regulations and controls." http://ow.ly/f9py30543q2 Link
Fifty years ago, many of the best players in the NFL took jobs in the off-season to augment the salaries they earned playing football. Matthew Futterman of The Wall Street Journal and author of "Players" talks with #EconTalk host Russ Roberts about how much football and so many aspects of sports--from tennis to golf to apparel to broadcasting as become incredibly more lucrative. http://www.econtalk.org/archives/2016/08/matthew_futterm.html Link
Calling American politics a sewer is an insult to sewers. Sewers move toxic waste AWAY from human beings.
Should we be concerned about the new segregated luxuries the wealthy can enjoy? Should the rich be taxed at higher rates to reduce this segregation? YOUR turn in #TWET Extra: http://www.econtalk.org/archives/2016/06/first_class_fis.html#more Link