Bureaucracy and Regulation

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The Disaster of Federal Farm Policy

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending

Blog04/09/2018

The failures of farm programs remain a reminder of why Washington’s power needs to be radically slashed across the board.

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4 Ways to Improve Immigration Policy — Without Growing Government

Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeThe Police State

Blog04/05/2018

From free trade to cutting welfare, here are four ways to improve immigration policy that don't make government more intrusive in our lives.

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Starbucks and Dick's Can be Anti-Gun If Customers Let Them

Bureaucracy and RegulationInterventionism

Blog04/05/2018

With a real free market, how a business conducts itself is not the concern of government, but the concern of consumers.

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The Problem of FOSTA

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog04/04/2018

The Feds are considering an enormous expansion of their powers to regulate the internet. 

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The Macron Paradox: Internal Liberalization, External Statism

Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal Economy

Blog03/24/2018

The bottom line is that Macron should drop his statist European-wide proposals and put all of his focus on fixing France.

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Yet Another Way Labor Unions Abuse the Taxpayers

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog03/21/2018

"Project Labor Agreements" makes government infrastructure spending even more expensive and inefficient. 

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New Florida Gun Law Makes Florida Less Safe

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal SystemThe Police State

Blog03/19/2018

The new Florida legislation is a mess, but it does manage to introduce some chilling language about mental health.

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Public Labor Unions Are Getting Desperate

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesLegal System

Blog03/08/2018
Unions' traditional arguments are increasingly seen as faulty, so unions are falling back on ever-sketchier claims about their alleged benefits.

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Why Politicians so Often Fail to Protect the Property Rights of the Poor

Bureaucracy and RegulationPoverty

Blog03/06/2018

Throughout US history, government agents have often discarded "pure" property rights in favor of "development." 

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Why Banking Is No Ordinary Industry

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismMoney and Banks

Blog03/06/2018

Special powers to inflate the money supply — granted by the state — make banking unlike other private industries. 

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