Anything Peaceful Ten Years After Kelo v. New London
The decision proved to be one of the worst in the history of the Court for property rightsMarc Scribner Jun 23, 2015
The ruling gutted property rights and undermined the Constitution.
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 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 There Is No "Nationwide Crime Wave" — But Baltimore Is in Trouble
Don't believe the hype: crime is still fallingDaniel Bier Jun 12, 2015
Cherry-picked and misleading data are being used to create a nonexistent crime wave.
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 Scott Walker Defends Stadium Welfare for NBA Billionaires
Taxpayer financed stadiums are a phenomenally bad ideaDavid Boaz Jun 9, 2015
The governor wants to give $250 million from taxpayers to billionaire NBA team owners for a new arena. It's not a good deal.
Anything Peaceful Trans Pacific Partnership Is about Control, Not Free Trade
IP industry, unions, and environmentalists will destroy gains from lower tariffsN. Stephan Kinsella Jun 4, 2015
The trade agreement is a trojan horse for exporting US special interests' agenda abroad.
Freeman Article Who Ignores the Principle of Scarcity?
Progressives and politicians think they have a magic wandSandy Ikeda May 28, 2015
In everyday life, it's usually impossible to ignore the existence of scarcity. But politicians and progressives have made a cottage industry out of wishing scarcity away.
Anything Peaceful Los Angeles Pummels the Poor
A $15 an hour wage floor is a cruel and stupid policyJeffrey A. Tucker May 20, 2015
Everyone intuitively knows the truth here: this law will hurt the unemployed and marginal workers.
Anything Peaceful Get the Politics out of Money
Campaign finance laws help politicians and their croniesStewart Dompe May 4, 2015
The solution to politicians being bought is to ensure that they have nothing to sell (and no one to buy it).