Today's Buggy Topic
It's pretty straightforward, captured by the subject-title of today's bugged-out stuff. And it's found at Carpe Diem, an unusually good libertarian web site run by Professor Mark Perry of the University of Michigan . . . without parallel, to be precise, in its data-driven post set out usually in easy-to-read graphic form. If more economic blogs emulated Prof Perry's laudatory work, the rest of us would be far more enlightened by our daily visits to this or that web site.
This is the case, please note, whether you always agree with Prof Perry's own libertarian slant or not. Whatever your own ideological tendencies, it's a good check on any dogmatic inclinations to visit web sites with a different approach to the economic and political problems that we are always confronted with . . . not to mention the particular economic and financial crisis that hovers right above our heads currently.
Click here for the Professor Perry's posted article and the lengthy buggy commentary on it.