Weekly Web Gems

Water, water, everywhere . . . and not a drop to drink for those who aren’t big farms depending on government subsidies for irrigation. And once again shortage is the unintended consequence of bypassing the free-market.

Experts just get it wrong . . . in politics, in mutual-fund management, but especially in baseball.

Fighting global poverty (3:34) . . . Prof. Stephen Davies discusses the steady decline of extreme poverty rates. Not surprisingly, it comes as governments interefere less with free-market activities.

The problem with central banks (6:04) . . . and it has everything to do with the word central.

Football is American . . . We are a “self-governing people,” says journalist John J. Miller, and we should play football. And yes, it’s dangerous.

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