We celebrate our "unregulated industries" in media, religion, and ideas — so why do we fear them everywhere else?
The claim that the current minimum wage leaves full time workers in poverty is factually flawed.
Today’s scientific hypotheses may be wrong. Better, then, not to make them law.
Cars run not just on gas, which you’re free to analyze, but also on code, which you aren’t.
While other book prices have fallen, textbook prices have risen 1,000% since 1977 — but why?
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.
“The city of Detroit does nothing, so we’re forced to do our own thing.”
Politicians love the spotlight, but the government that matters most hides behind secrecy and boredom.
In DC, it's legal to grow and possess marijuana, but it's not legal to sell it. So how do people get it?
Japan will allow sick people to try treatments that have been proven safe while companies collect more data on efficacy.
The standard objections to markets in adoption are confused, inaccurate, or irrelevant.
Charles Murray wants to business owners to refuse to cooperate with the state, but will it work?
Before GMOs, new breeds were developed by blasting DNA to pieces with radiation or chemicals to mutate it; now, a single known gene can be changed.
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