This week, Dan, Dylan, and Stephen discuss recent housing policy proposals in Texas. What market-based reforms could lower housing costs? What should policymakers keep in mind when seeking to lower housing costs? What are the biggest political obstacles they face and how might moral arguments help in overcoming them? The panel’s ears then turn to the AI song stylings of “Fake Drake.” Is the music industry poised to be disrupted by AI? What sort of property rights are likely to emerge in the wake of AI disruption? Is all music just copying already? Are music and Muzak that different? Finally, our panel turns to a discussion of “Everything-Bagel Liberalism.” Why do progressives feel the need to satisfy all constituencies in every policy all at once? How can economics help translate policies from mere good intentions into real-world change?


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Texas Looks To The Free Market To Tackle Housing Costs | Forbes


An A.I. Hit of Fake ‘Drake’ and ‘The Weeknd’ Rattles the Music World | NY Times


I Cloned Myself With AI. She Fooled My Bank and My Family. | Wall Street Journal


Did Ed Sheeran ACTUALLY Plagiarize Marvin Gaye? | Adam Neely


The Grotesque Legacy of Music as Property | Adam Neely


The Problem With Everything-Bagel Liberalism | NY Times


Every policy objective, all the time, all at once | Slow Boring







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