Center for American Progress blogger Matthew Yglesias has gone on a minor free-marketish tear this week, arguing against barber licensing, refudiating his past opposition to Dubai Ports World buying American port companies, pointing out deficincies in the L.A. Unified School District, bemoaning rent-seeking attempts by radio broadcasters, denouncing mandatory parking regulations, touting private bus lines, and arguing for the long-term phase-out of housing subsidies.

It had been so long since I read liberal commentators even tiptoeing where neoliberals once stomped that I thought it worth pointing out.

Go Matts go! Clarification of responsibilities here.

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