Nicholas Eberstadt and Peter Robinson | Uncommon Knowledge
Nicholas Eberstadt joins Peter Robinson to examine the societal and social impacts of countries being unable to sustain a population-replacement birth rate.
What can Americans learn from Montesquieu to address the nation's population decline?
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Charles Murray’s social science is sometimes provocative, usually controversial, and always significant to the national debate.
September 7, 2022
Benjamin Zycher | RealClearMarkets
James Pethokoukis | AEIdeas
Hal Brands | Bloomberg Opinion
Michael Rubin | Washington Examiner
by Bruce Thornton via Front Page Magazine
Our credentialed mavens can’t break free of their institutional orthodoxy and narratives.
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Desmond Lachman | Hill
Desmond Lachman reflects on Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's notable speech last week and the Fed's streak of hawkish monetary policy. Lachman says that Powell continues to ignore the most important lesson from past monetary policy experience, on which almost all economists agree: that monetary policy operates with long and variable lags.
By Dakota L. Wood, RealClearDefense: "In the Indo-Pacific, the Navy faces a three-to-one numerical disadvantage in fleet size compared to China’s navy."
Michael Brendan Dougherty | National Review