Take a wild guess.
One of the many, many examples of why many people don't trust our federal government.
John Tamny energetically criticizes Akerlof and Shiller's recent Phishing for Pfools.
(And Tamny doesn't even discuss probably the biggest objection, known since at least the Roman Empire: even if there really are smart people like Akerlof and Shiller who could potentially improve our welfare by telling us what to do, Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?)
"Irrational" is exaggerated. But the article makes an excellent case that many things that make news and that people worry about are low-probability events.
Editorial in the Los Angeles Times (not a member of the vast right-wing conspiracy).
As I've noted before, some of the members of my team are a bit too . . . extreme.
See also "Obamacare 2016: Where even a Ph.D. economist cannot get a good deal on health insurance".
Not that it matters at all to me, but I didn't know you could charge that much to a credit card.