Harrington: Quick First Thoughts on Rand Paul’s Filibuster

Rand Paul did something today that is not often done in Washington and by this I don’t mean simply a filibuster that stays on topic throughout. He touched on something far deeper and far loftier than partisan rhetoric or strategic messaging. He brought upon the Senate a principle. The principle that, in America, the President […]

Harrington: Forget Data, this is Economics

Correct economics makes you look like a stubborn, ideologue whose opinions are independent of reality and objective observation.  It makes you sound like a dogmatist and, at times, act like one. In this article, my first in a long time, I hope to explain something Greg Lenz and I debated the other day.  It’s going […]