Who owns the land is something that ought to be decided not by government but by free people making their own decisions about where they wish to live.
Chicago voters face a painful choice: waste or corruption. Day by day, the political class milks taxpayers dry.
President Obama calls inequality “the defining issue of our time.”
If we forget the difference between violent and non-violent conduct, no one is safe. If we pretend everyone is guilty instead of a few real criminals, rapists win.
If the Kochs’ views were the same as George Soros’, I don’t think anti-capitalists would not complain as much.
Central planning creates the kind of inefficiency that brought down the Soviet Union. While Americans shopped in malls full of goods, Russians waited in long lines.
The crowd possesses “local knowledge” that experts can’t begin to replicate.
What Obama Should Have Said in His State of The Union Address
It’s a lot easier to patronize another business than to get government to fix the problem.
Trust — society depends on it.
I used to get angrier about such clueless reporting because when I worked at ABC News, editors based entire shows on silly ideas from the Times. Now we have more sources of news, so one newspaper doesn’t matter as much. Thank goodness.
Regulators call themselves “consumer protectors,” but often their main role is to ban better options.
Alex Epstein’s book “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels” documents the rapidly shrinking number of human beings killed by storms, floods and other climate events thanks largely to ever-growing industry, fueled mainly by oil, natural gas and coal.
Bills to legalize betting go nowhere in Congress. Casinos oppose them because they don’t want competition. They are joined by people who consider gambling immoral.
This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.
Control freaks want to run your life. They call themselves “public servants.”
When the Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago this week, people in the Soviet Bloc gained something even more valuable than a right to vote: a free market.
Homeschoolers do just fine. Somehow, without government control, they prosper.