Chart Flattens Doomer Governor
From the Tom Woods Letter:
Before I get into today’s issue, a note for the youngsters:
The most formative intellectual event of my life was Mises University, the Mises Institute’s week-long summer instructional program for college students that trains them in the Austrian School of Economics. This is the school (of thought; it’s not a literal school, of course) that includes such free-market heroes as Nobel Prize winner F.A. Hayek, Ludwig von Mises, and Murray Rothbard.
You will have the time of your life at this thing. You won’t believe how much you’ll learn, and you’ll meet lots of like-minded people your age.
As long as you can get yourself there transportation-wise, attendance costs nothing; the cost is covered by donors.
Here’s the link to apply.
Now, on to business:
You’d think Phil Murphy, governor of New Jersey — which has the worst COVID death rate of any American state — would have the decency to keep his mouth shut on the subject.
Well, you’d be wrong.
When asked about Texas’ decision to repeal its statewide mask mandate, Murphy replied that he was “stunned” and that he “couldn’t conceive of lifting a mask mandate inside.”
How about we see how both states are doing?
Well, how about that.
California, meanwhile, has seen its num
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