Kiki’s Delivery Service
1989 Japanese theatrical poster
Bryan Caplan probably (via jenlog)
ABSTRACT: The Export-Import Bank of the United States is a government-owned bank that provides taxpayer-backed financing to private exporting corporations. Supporters of the bank argue that it is a critical tool to promote exports, create jobs, support small businesses, improve competitiveness, and protect taxpayers. We review the data and conclude that none of these arguments holds true. Rather, the Export-Import Bank is a protectionist agency that provides political privileges to well-connected firms at the expense of all other citizens. The federal government should not be trying to pick winners and losers through credit markets at taxpayers’ risk. The charter of the bank should be allowed to expire.
new white paper, y’all. i will not rest until the ex-im bank is dead and buried.
Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature
this is probably the best store in the mall