Ethanol is an expensive boondoggle that wouldn’t survive in a competitive market.
Politicians can’t see the wonders that the market provides, but they somehow see everything government does as a blessing — taxes that cut into people’s pay and regulations that make it more expensive to produce. They don’t see that their well-intended “pro-consumer” rules raise prices and reduce choice.
Despite politicians’ attacks on open markets and individual freedom, people keep getting richer and living longer.
In a free country, adults ought to be allowed to speculate.
Where there is rule of law and individual freedom, humanity is better off.
Terrorists are a real threat. So is government with a blank check.
Academics who don’t toe the leftist line get attacked and lose their jobs.
What might have happened if a few of the 1,500 concert attendees in Paris’ Bataclan theater had guns?
This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.
“A powerful, politically influential person using his power to steal, essentially, somebody else’s private property for his own private profit,”