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August2017

Podcast 29 – Houston Price Gouging Disaster in the Making?

Now that Hurricane Harvey has passed Houston, the ninnies in the State of Texas are trying to prevent “price gouging.” It doesn’t matter to them that they can’t define it. It doesn’t matter that no such thing exists. It’s one of those terms that supposedly describes something harmful, but really[…]

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Price Gouging – John Stossel in Townhall

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is upset about “price gouging” during hurricane Harvey. Some stores raised prices to $99 for a case of bottled water — $5 for a gallon of gas. “These are things you can’t do in Texas,” he says. “There are significant penalties if you price gouge[…]

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Podcast 28 – Houston, We Have a Problem

The hurricane that has blasted Houston is a massive disaster. It is too large to comprehend. But even in this, a portion of the damage is a result of federal flood insurance subsidies that help rich people build where they should not be. This is another subsidy from the poor[…]

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