Anti-immigration groups want to help Chinese population control by prosecuting women who escape it.
Lawrence Reed talks with Tom Woods about FEE's new book: Excuse Me, Professor: Challenging the Myths of Progressivism.
When government intervenes, it creates conflict, unfairness, and harms people’s capacity to work toward a more peaceful and prosperous world.
Boston's mayor again uses regulation to retaliate against political speech.
Bad history often accompanies the politicization of the Civil War, and libertarians are not immune from this tendency.
The Economist looks at what happened when one country quit the war on drugs.
Sure, it looks like she's just meddling in kids' lunches, but maybe it's really a subtle social experiment.
Progressives are trying to pin corporatism on free-marketeers, but it's the mixed economy that ends up in the hands of the powerful.
The head of a taxi company said, "We are truly sorry to have to hold clients and drivers hostage."
Blurring physical safety with ideological comfort is one of the greatest threats to our open society.
Nearly 100,000 kids end up in criminal court for truancy every year.
Sustainability advocates need to remember that resources include more than electricity, water, plastic, and paper.
The raisin decision was good news, but it didn’t go far enough by actually limiting what government can take from citizens.
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