The minimum wage debate is littered with examples of second‐order consequences that tend to get ignored.
Two of the loudest interest groups in the economic policy world these days have an oddly similar approach.
New York Times writer Kevin Roose recently surveyed “our truth-challenged information ecosystem” and found a proliferation of “hoaxes, lies and collective delusions.” As he put it, that limits the Biden administration’s ability to “unite a country,” because “millions of people have chosen to create their own version of reality.” In response, he called for the … Continue reading No, We Don’t Need a ‘Reality-Czar’: Let Truth and Falsehood Grapple
Decentralized currencies could help to break down the grip of the state and let Venezuelans finally breathe free.
Research shows that marijuana legalization results in modest effects and has the potential to generate substantial revenue for states.
Reagan knew that there was no loftier achievement for any society than freedom. We do ourselves a service to get re-acquainted with that notion.
Will there be an effort to pass a domestic terrorism law that mirrors, or perhaps even goes beyond, the infamous PATRIOT Act?
Chick-fil-A is the third largest fast food chain in the US, bringing in $11.3 billion in sales in 2019 at more than 2,600 locations. One of the reasons for its meteoric rise is its legendary drive-thru efficiency.
New Zealand’s experience is one of numerous examples in which socialism caused ruin that capitalism then fixed.
Last year, Biden called for Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to be revoked. The law, which Biden voted for in 1996, protects interactive computer services from being held liable for the vast majority of third party content. In recent years, the law has become a popular target of conservative lawmakers, who allege that the largest social media … Continue reading Biden, Section 230, and the Response to Political Extremism