Do you ever run across a turn of phrase that you hadn't heard before, that is so vivid and laser sharp that you wish you had a use for it right now, just off the top of your head?
How about this one from a post critiquing the use of data by a pro-abortion group:
I wish I'd come up with that. It makes the problem so clear. At least to me.
Now comes the hard part. Now I have to be careful not to use it where it doesn't fit, just because I want to use it for something...
hat tip: Happy Catholic
Freeman Essay #123: “On the Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle, Part II” - (Don Boudreaux) TweetIn the April 2009 Freeman I continued my discussion of the Austrian theory of business cycles. My column is below the fold.
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