Anything Peaceful Sabotaging Uber: The Umpire Strikes Back
The Labor Commission takes a side in the Uber vs. taxi competitionMichael Munger Jun 23, 2015
Capitalism is a brutal competition, but it's supposed to have neutral referees -- but sometimes the refs decide to play for one side.
Anything Peaceful What Rupert Murdoch Sees in His Dying Newspapers
The billionaire entrepreneur sees a bigger pictureB.K. Marcus Jun 17, 2015
Why doesn't the media mogul ditch money-losing papers? Love, money, power -- or something bigger?
Anything Peaceful California Government Puts Uber on Blocks
Drivers and the app economy are under attack againJeffrey A. Tucker Jun 17, 2015
The fate of a vast number of companies is at stake. The future is at stake.
Anything Peaceful AMC’s "Halt and Catch Fire" Is Capitalism's Finest Hour
They risked everything to change the worldKeith Farrell Jun 15, 2015
The show is a vibrant look at the early PC industry, but it's also about entrepreneurship and innovation.
Anything Peaceful Nevada Passes Universal School Choice
Vouchers for everyone!Max Borders Jun 12, 2015
Has Nevada opened the Pandora's Box of educational choice?
Anything Peaceful Bootleggers, Baptists, and Bribes in the Magna Carta
Public choice illuminates the history of the first consumer protection lawDaniel Bier Jun 11, 2015
The Great Charter was overall a win for liberty. But from the crooked timber of politics, nothing entirely straight is made.
Anything Peaceful NYT: Paid Family Leave Laws Often BackfireNicole Kaeding Jun 10, 2015
America's paper of record explains how mandatory paid leave hurts women's job opportunities, salary, and career prospects.
Anything Peaceful How Policing Works in a Privatized City
Atlantic Station is a city within a cityJeffrey A. Tucker Jun 10, 2015
The right to walk away when a cop tells you to stop smoking makes all the difference.
Freeman Article The Beauty of Bending Rules in a Complex World
Why pool attendants are better than bureaucratsIsaac M. Morehouse Jun 1, 2015
When something is moved from the private, voluntary sphere to the public, coercive sphere, debates and division arise where none previously existed.
Anything Peaceful Flooding Texas: 5 Reasons Californians are Still Moving to Texas
The real Texas flood isn't about rainMax Borders May 29, 2015
Economic freedom -- and the jobs, affordability, and benefits that come with it -- is drawing Golden Staters to Texas.