The federal government is the fourth highest paying industry in America, and after the end of the wage-freeze, it is booming again.
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.
Over 25 percent of American workers must get permission from the state to work, and it's killing the American dream.
The FDA is stopping games designed to help people with cognitive disorders.
Uber did in two years what economists, journalists, and politicians couldn't do in decades: break the cab cartel.
Does a successful robbery make it okay?
Sugar subsidies destroy jobs and waste resources — and bankroll the politicians who support them.
The 2nd Circuit rules that a "simple preference" for one group — pure arbitrary favoritism — is a legitimate reason to stop competition.
"Fight for $15" scores a victory for robots and unions against immigrants and young people.
In some countries, governors still get suitcases full of cash. Speaking fees are much more modern.
The Greek government couldn’t comply with its creditors’s demands even if it wanted to — and it doesn’t.
Who could be against helping the middle class? Nobody. And that’s how we end up with a marriage policy that punishes the working poor.
Preposterous laws are the only thing standing between you and chaos.
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