As I mentioned before, this feature is going to go to sleep for a few months rather soon. Once I hit the beginning of 2019 I will wait until 2020 starts to draw your attention to the others.
Income Mobility. Dan Mitchell: "I generally don’t write much about the distribution of income, largely because that feeds into the false notion that the economy is a fixed pie and that politicians should have the power to re-slice if they think incomes aren’t sufficiently equal.
I think growth is far more important, especially for poor people, which is what I said (using the amazing data from China) in a recent debate at Pomona College in California." November 2019.
Public Opinion Poll. It's almost as if the Palestinians don't really want peace. Golda Meir: "Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us." December 2018.
Immigration In The United States. From the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute. I have no idea why I saved this. Is there some PC horror hidden in there that I wanted to save a s a bad example but now cannot find while skimming? Is it a really good summary that proves that some professionals actually know what they are doing? I don't know. It looks pretty good, actually. November 2018.
An Apples-to-Apples comparison of an overall media bias, from Investor's Business Daily. November 2018.
Trying to shame and blame white women for not voting correctly. November 2018.