Anything Peaceful Libertarians Need to Care about America's War on Immigration
The War on Immigrants is replacing the War on DrugsDavid Bier May 21, 2015
Restrictions on immigration are big government at its worst: over-militarization, over-criminalization, over-regulation, anti-market, and anti-liberty.
Anything Peaceful Let Tubman on the Twenty
Is it wrong to put an ex-slave on US currency?Sarah Skwire May 14, 2015
With Tubman’s face on the twenty dollar bill, perhaps we would think more carefully about the money we invest in policies that disproportionately harm America’s black communities.
Anything Peaceful Insuring John Galt?
Insuring disobedience could take down the regulatory stateThomas A. Firey May 14, 2015
Charles Murray argues for mass civil disobedience to stupid and unpopular regulations – because there's safety in numbers.
Freeman Article Are Markets Ruining Video Games?
Or is intellectual property the real culprit?Matthew McCaffrey May 12, 2015
If game developers want to pursue more artistic projects that appeal to smaller audiences, they need to take a step away from the one-size-fits-all corporate development supported by government regulation.
Anything Peaceful The Anti-Hong Kong: Tanzania Bans Private Statistics
Numbers don't lie — but politicians doDaniel Bier May 11, 2015
Turning Hong Kong on its head, Tanzania bans private statistics.
Anything Peaceful Keeping Native Americans in the Dark
The federal government puts obstacles in the way of natives' freedomB.K. Marcus Apr 30, 2015
No person or group needs their "affairs" managed by a federal bureau to achieve prosperity.
Anything Peaceful Baltimore and the Rights of the Poor
A city is a web of trust that is tied together by mutual respect for rightsJason Kuznicki Apr 30, 2015
For a long time, the networks of trust and expectation in the city of Baltimore have been fraying because of lack of trust in the legal order.
Anything Peaceful The Sweet, Sweet Privilege of the Maple Syrup Federation
Big Syrup drives up the cost of breakfast by beating down little producersJanet Neilson Apr 30, 2015
Canada's Syrup Federation stations guards in private sugar shacks to ensure that people don’t sell their own syrup.
Freeman Article Hats Off to Peaceful and Voluntary Exchange
A child-sized lesson in free-market economicsSarah Skwire Apr 23, 2015
Dr. Seuss bequeathed to us a story of peaceful, voluntary exchange.
Anything Peaceful 15 Supreme Court Decisions that Shredded the Constitution
When the Court traded law and liberty for political expediencySean J. Rosenthal Apr 20, 2015
From Slaughter-House to Obamacare, the Supreme Court has often abdicated its responsibility to limit state power.