Saturday assorted links

1. “West Coast wellness elites think kambo, an Amazonian frog poison drug, is helping them purge “toxins” from their lives.”  What kind of sentence is that? (NYT)

2. Congress will apply banking regulations to the antiquities market (NYT).

3. Scott Aronson on what we could have done and should have done.

4. Arnold Kling on functions vs. project management.  And more from Arnold.

5. African Continental Free Trade Area starts.

6. Antisemitism and Financial Markets in the Time of the Dreyfus Affair.

7. It seems the new (non-mink) variant is now spreading rapidly in Denmark.

8. Don’t really get how Cato can rank Hong Kong as #3 for freedom.


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