Anything Peaceful A Simple Question for Minimum Wage Advocates
Would you be okay with this?Donald Boudreaux May 27, 2015
Wage controls are restrictions on workers —? what if we acted like it?
Anything Peaceful Don’t Listen to the Public (Even When They’re Right)
Public "opinion" is a dangerous unicornDaniel Bier May 26, 2015
Voters don’t have the foggiest idea what they’re talking about, and they are almost never right except by accident.
Freeman Article Health Insurance Is Illegal
It is a crime to buy or sell a real health care planWarren C. Gibson May 26, 2015
If you tried to offer a real health insurance policy, they might throw you in jail.
Freeman Article The Pathway to Faster Cures
When it comes to life-saving drugs, we need more than modest reformBartley J. Madden May 25, 2015
There is an invisible graveyard filled with people who have suffered and died because of drug lag and drug loss.
Anything Peaceful The New Republic: The Dumb Libertarian Era Is Here
Is libertarianism just a "dogmatic prejudice"?Max Borders May 22, 2015
To misunderstand the word libertarian is a failure to appreciate a living tradition that is now beginning to flower in the digital era.
Anything Peaceful Can We Trust Inventors?
Should change need a government permission slip?Maggie Thurber May 19, 2015
What if a new idea hurts an existing business? What if people lose their jobs?
Anything Peaceful Shut Up, Kid! (It's What You Really Want)
Do university students really prefer to be infantilized?B.K. Marcus May 15, 2015
Salon.com argues that if you're old enough to drink, you're young enough to be censored and coddled.
Anything Peaceful Britain Back from the Brink of Socialism (For Now)
Thank a “shy Tory”Iain Murray May 12, 2015
All told, the British election was moderately good news for liberty, not the calamity it might have been.
Anything Peaceful Why Are Feds Threatening to Black Out Times Square?
Two bad laws, too dumb bureaucrats, one absurd outcomeMarc Scribner May 7, 2015
It’s a classic example of Congress passing dumb laws and ignoring the unintended consequences.
Freeman Article 3 Myths about Economic Intervention
Even the most popular policies can do more harm than goodCorey Iacono May 5, 2015
The very idea that government may do far less harm by staying out of the economy seems ludicrous to many people, but the empirical evidence provides reason to be skeptical of even the least-questioned economic policies.