I sobbed on my bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddle while a middle-aged black woman judged the hell out of me

Happy Monday my babies. I hope you all had an amazing weekend.

Over the weekend FEE published my piece What’s Best for Women? Property Rights, Innovation, and Economic Growth. Also, ICYMI, here’s How to Repeal and Replace Obamacare.

Scott Winship explores why fewer adults will surpass their parents’ incomes. A new study shows that barely 2 in 5 men born in the mid-80s grew up to earn as much, at age 30, as their father’s did at the same age.

Is the solution giving everyone in America a basic income? The Economic Security Project is putting money into finding out.

I loved this review of Miss Sloane, that points out how progressives miss that gun control is one of the few issues so far immune to the rational ignorance problem.

If you want to laugh, read 19 School Powerpoint Presentations That Give Zero Fucks. And if you want to cry, read ‘I cried all the way home’: Santa Claus grants final wish to a dying child. This morning I grabbed McDonald’s from Union Station during my ride of pride and sobbed on my bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddle while a middle-aged black woman judged the hell out of me.

I thought this was great, via Association of Libertarian Feminists: “Unconscious bias limits, among others, people’s occupational prospects. The first step to deal with this is an awareness of the problem.”

@ziyatong points out that McDonalds may need help with their graphics.

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