There is no virtue in restraining the pursuit of profit: profit maximization is moral.
Taxing corporate income doesn’t benefit but hurts workers while discouraging investment.
To fully achieve flourishing, the Vietnamese need not only economic but political freedom.
No matter what the management troubles at Uber, it must be defended against any government tax grab or regulation potentially suffocating the company.
The narrative of ‘the monopolist jacking up prices to exploit its customers’ only applies to government-granted monopolies, such as the postal service or many utilities.
We have nothing to fear from capitalism and much to gain: the win-win situation of free trade with others, with flourishing for all, according to ability, effort and productivity.
The best way to spur ethical conduct by banks—trading value for value with their customers—is to deregulate banking.
Only by recognizing the moral value of its work, can business stand up and defend itself like Resolute Forest Products has done.
The only thing governments can do to facilitate innovation is to stay away from markets and allow companies compete and trade freely.
Governments’ use of force to curtail CO2 emissions is not only futile—it undermines freedom of business and of the rest of us, and therefore, human prosperity and flourishing.