Clichés of Progressivism
JANUARY 23, 2015 by LAWRENCE W. REED
If Standard Oil was any kind of monopoly, it was not a coercive one, because it did not derive its high market share from special government favors.
JANUARY 16, 2015 by MAX BORDERS
Progressives should admit that, though the rich have gotten richer, the poor have gotten richer, too.
JANUARY 09, 2015 by ANNE RATHBONE BRADLEY
The freer the market, the more opportunities there are for women (and anyone else, for that matter) to progress up the economic ladder.
JANUARY 02, 2015 by LAWRENCE W. REED
You can't expect employers to pay workers more than their productivity is worth just because Congress demands it.
DECEMBER 26, 2014 by BURTON FOLSOM
Wars aren't cures for depressions. They simply divert manpower and resources away from what consumers want to what government wants to win the conflict.
DECEMBER 19, 2014 by TYLER WATTS
Outsourcing boosts productivity and living standards.
DECEMBER 12, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
When you change the definition of "inflation," you change the responsibility for it.
DECEMBER 05, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Government funding of the arts carries with it all the downsides of dependence on politics.
NOVEMBER 28, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
After years of cheap money and low interest rates, the Fed set the stage for a correction with a policy of steep increases in interest rates and a deflation of the money supply.
NOVEMBER 21, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Franklin Roosevelt delivered a lot of central planning from Washington but that wasn't what he asked voters to endorse in the 1932 election.