The ban on exporting crude oil shows a complete disregard for basic economics.
It's government policy that makes every hack of corporate or federal databases a potentially limitless disaster for the victims.
Advocates of government education are right to be worried by the number of homeschool families, but not because homeschooled kids are learning any anti-government ideology at home. The greatest threat that homeschooling poses to the government system is its diversity, its resiliency, and its undisputed academic success.
Social enterprises’ goals hint at their important role in the economy: to help repair the damage caused by public policy.
Over 25 percent of American workers must get permission from the state to work, and it's killing the American dream.
Sustained economic intervention and political price controls are bad, except when they're not?
Mandatory warning and information labels can be deceptive and counterproductive.
Stock market corrections are dangerous mostly because of politics, not economics.
Lawrence Reed talks with Tom Woods about FEE's new book: Excuse Me, Professor: Challenging the Myths of Progressivism.
Yes, by making a lot of families a lot poorer.
Well-intentioned laws can cause serious mischief and hurt the very groups supposedly being helped.
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