Do We Need Government to Design a “War Economy”?
JULY 30, 2015 by Robert P. Murphy
After the fall of the Soviet Union, just about everybody agreed that full-blown central planning was a bad way to produce food, cars, and television sets. However, people still seem to have a soft spot for planning when it comes to a "war economy."
How People Outpace Politicians
JULY 29, 2015 by Jeffrey A. Tucker, Max Borders
Progress occurs despite politics and politicians, not because of them.
Can Alexis de Tocqueville’s American Exceptionalism Be Restored?
JULY 28, 2015 by Lawrence W. Reed
The American Dream still lives in the hearts of those who love liberty and refuse to surrender it.
An Interview with Sam Patterson
JULY 27, 2015 by The Freeman
"The ability to engage in trade directly with someone in person is a great thing, and it's a shame that hasn't been possible online — until now."
Real Heroes: James U. Blanchard
JULY 24, 2015 by Lawrence W. Reed
Jim Blanchard overcame personal tragedy to become a powerful figure for liberty and sound money.
Faith in Freedom Need Not Be Blind
JULY 23, 2015 by Sandy Ikeda
To say that liberty will take care of a problem is not a shut-up argument, and it shouldn't be used that way.
Why Does the Left Want to Take Us Backwards?
JULY 22, 2015 by Steven Horwitz
Progressives join many conservatives in their misty view of the 1950s.
Repressive Regimes Can and Do Use Social Media to Solidify Their Grip on Power
JULY 21, 2015 by Kevin Munger
The net effects of social media on the possibility of democratic revolution are at best ambiguous.
How a Federal Court Skirted the Fourth Amendment and Dealt a Blow to Privacy
JULY 20, 2015 by Joseph S. Diedrich, Nicole Kardell
Will the market fill the demand for privacy, and will the government let it do so?
Real Heroes: Anne Hutchinson
JULY 17, 2015 by Lawrence W. Reed
Anne Hutchinson was a martyr for the freedoms of speech, religion, and association.