Tariffs are just the worst. They’re easy to do, like shooting fish in a barrel, but it turns out that in this case we’re the fish…
Who knew that publishing an ‘incorrect’ map of China or ostensibly ‘recognizing’ Taiwan would be met with repression and economic blackmail?
Employees at Google are taking a stand against the company for working with the Pentagon on AI projects. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Although it has been positively swamped by the news of the Nunes memo, you may have heard about another Amtrak crash over the weekend, this time in South Carolina. The crash, between an Amtrak passenger train and a CSX freight train carrying automobiles, killed two Amtrak employees and injured over 100 passengers on the train.Read More »
Yesterday, the Trump administration announced the imposition of steep punitive tariffs on specific materials manufactured abroad and imported into the United States, particularly on solar products from China and washing machines from South Korea. This was a terrible error by the administration and does not bode well for the extremely important next few weeks, which will largely determine the course of American economics and trade for the coming decade or longer.Read More »