Ah, the National Review. I find I agree with them more than I disagree. In the past, they pronounced the "War on Drugs" a failure, among other things. But, the Bread and Circuses crowd loves tariffs, even as they're decimated by them. Farmers, for starters. Hard to believe they support You Know Who, though people always vote against their interests. Retaliatory tariffs destroy their market for bumper crops, then cause prices to rise on things they need like equipment, which isn't the big thrust of the National Review article, but bears noting. The Folly of Protectionist Tariffs Studies show that the lower your income is, the harder you’ll be hit by tariffs. Tariffs imposed by Trump last year have already cost poor families 0.33 percent of after-tax income, as opposed to 0.28 percent for wealthy families, and hurt single parents even more than they hurt families. Trump’s latest tariffs will likely be even more regressive. And while each new tariff’s impact is relatively small, they cumulatively take a big hit out of poor people’s income.