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Gabriella Beaumont-Smith Today, I published a piece in Real Clear Policy highlighting Mattel’s Barbie supply chain and why manufacturing products in multiple countries is positive. Here’s a summary: The toymaker behind Barbie’s iconic brand, Mattel, is one of the largest in the world and it exemplifies today’s global supply chains.

Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop are joined by economist Mark Thornton to take a look at why so many economists keep telling us the economy is in great shape. Get your free book at Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at New Radio Rothbard mugs are now available at the Mises Store.

Romina Boccia Here’s an unpopular opinion: Social Security benefits are growing too fast. And this excessive benefit growth is one of the key reasons the program is unsustainable. We’ve all heard that entitlement programs are suffering under the weight of a demographic shift. The American population is aging