Today’s scientific hypotheses may be wrong. Better, then, not to make them law.
The drug profiteer scandal tells us very little about capitalism, but it does tell us a lot about the perverse incentives that regulation can create.
The drug is an unpatented generic that's approved for sale in Europe — but you can't import it to the US, and there's only one FDA-approved supplier here.
Japan will allow sick people to try treatments that have been proven safe while companies collect more data on efficacy.
The FDA is stopping games designed to help people with cognitive disorders.
What the FDA is really providing is information, and we don’t need product bans to convey information.
"The First Amendment directs us to be especially skeptical of regulations that seek to keep people in the dark for what the government perceives to be their own good."
America isn’t getting more liberal or more conservative — it’s getting more libertarian.
The Obama administration won, but the Affordable Care Act (and the rule of law) lost.
Government doesn’t always know best about your health or nutritonal science.
The president is in direct violation of his own health care law — what will he do if he loses?
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