Joseph S. Diedrich is a Young Voices Advocate and a law student at the University of Wisconsin.
Like the county line, the national boundary is completely arbitrary from an economic perspective. National protectionism is simply “buy local” on a larger scale.
The First Amendment contains no "trust us" exception for state officials wishing to pry into Americans' choices.
Will the market fill the demand for privacy, and will the government let it do so?
The written law barely matters. Human action dwarfs inanimate words.
The ne’er-do-well lead on TV’s Community exemplifies the distinction between instruction and education.
No single individual could ever articulate all the know-how required to produce a Thanksgiving dinner.
The very act of voting suggests that you’re happy with choosing between two mediocre alternatives, so long as you have a choice.
My apartment has only one window, but I feel like I can see the whole world. Every treasure I own is a window to a place I’ve never been and to people I’ve never met.
A new dating app shows how economic concepts pervade our lives.
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