Our Inflated Thanksgiving
It isn't the cost of our food that's been rising; it's the amount of US currency in circulation. (See interactive graph.)
Uber against Racial Profiling
Market forces are regulating racial profiling by taxicabs better than government regulations do. Just ask Uber riders.
The Internet Memory Hole
The so-called 'right to be forgotten' may be coming to America. But does it run counter to free speech?
Ludwig von Mises's intellectual path is one of transformation and discovery. He witnessed firsthand the failures of state power, war, and even democracy.
#32 – FDR Was Elected in 1932 on a Progressive Platform to Plan the Economy
Franklin Roosevelt delivered a lot of central planning from Washington but that wasn't what he asked voters to endorse in the 1932 election.
Like a Fly in Amber
For 70 years, The Freeman has been trying to tell the world about the pernicious effects of rent control. Intermittently, fiction writers have joined in. Will this policy always keep cities trapped in stasis?
5 More Economic Myths That Just Won’t Die
Still seeing Internet memes that get economics painfully wrong? Often the same anti-market assertions get repeated enough that they are simply taken as true. Here are five more sets of antidotes.