This week, Eric, Noah, and David Hebert, making his maiden voyage on the podcast, discuss squatters’ rights: Do they really exist? And if so, how big a problem are they really?. Then, has the problem with industrial policy been that we just weren’t doing it right all these years? Sen. Marco Rubio thinks so. Oh, and a new California minimum-wage law for fast-food workers has taken effect. Our future fast-food robot overlords are appreciative. And finally, Sam Bankman-Fried gets 25 years for the fraud he perpetrated. Is this sentence too harsh, too light, or just right?

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What’s Behind Recent ‘Squatters’ Rights’ Disputes? | Reilly Stephens, The Dispatch

Why Christians Should Be (the Best) Landlords | Rachel Ferguson, Religion & Liberty Online

Why I believe in industrial policy—done right | Sen. Marco Rubio, Washington Post

Beware the Bipartisan Folly of Industrial Policy | Noah Gould, National Revie

California’s Crazy ‘Fast Food’ Minimum Wage Takes Effect | David Neumark, Wall Street Journal

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried sentenced to 25 years for crypto fraud, to pay $11 billion in forfeiture | CNBC

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