Trade Protectionism Is Crony Capitalism
If you oppose crony capitalism, and you should, then you should also oppose trade protectionism.
After Brexit, French Socialists Suddenly Want to Cut Taxes
The socialists running France want to cut taxes and regulations to lure UK companies to Paris post-Brexit. So the socialists aren't stupid, just evil for not doing it earlier.
San Francisco's "Tech Tax" Is a Revenue Grab, Not a Solution to Homelessness
Those who govern the City of High Taxes by the Bay have decided that even higher taxes, targeted at their most productive residents, will solve the problem of homelessness.
Immigration Is Not a Fundamental Human Right
Many libertarians believe people should be allowed to immigrate whenever and wherever they choose, but that argument disregards the importance of property rights.
Trade Is Good and Normal
Free trade between people who specialize in different things is the natural state of affairs. Trade agreements provide the rules and remedies should one party try to take advantage of the other. We thought these things were obvious, but apparently not.
How Both Presidential Candidates Could Shorten Your Life
Both presidential candidates want to allow the importation of prescription drugs to the U.S. endangering the lives of patients.
Watching TV Through Apps
Why, in this Golden Age of programming, should we allow the FCC to force dramatic change upon the business models of programmers and homogenize their creative output?
EU Tax Grab Will Accelerate Loss of US Jobs and Investment
It is time to reform the corporate tax system to stave off the EU's global tax grab.
Shocker: Number of Federal Employees Nearly the Same After 50 Years
While federal spending, regulations and intrusion are much larger today than they were 50 years ago, the number of federal employees is about the same.
Only Congress Can Stop FCC's Sweeping Regulation of the Internet
Only Congress can undo the FCC's broad assertion of power over the Internet and return to the light touch regulation that facilitated the Internet revolution in the first place. Congress should act.
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