The State Is Influencing Big Tech’s "Unpersoning," Imagine If It Takes Over Healthcare

Big GovernmentHealthMedia and Culture

Blog3 hours ago

Grow the scope of government and expand the weapons of the state that can be deployed against its political enemies.

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The Deep State Wants Your Guns

Blog7 hours ago

With direct access to data and regulatory power, unelected bureaucrats can be a greater threat to private and property rights than elected officials.

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Tax Competition: A Practical Way to a Low-Tax World

Global EconomyTaxes and SpendingWorld History

Blog12/11/2018

It's important to make the moral case for lower taxes, but we shouldn't overlook simply defending institutional competition.

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Fed Report Says Millennials Are Poorer than Other Generations — But Fed Policies Made It Happen

Global EconomyLabor and WagesU.S. History

Blog12/10/2018

The Fed tells us that the Millennials are less wealthy and lower-income than others. But the Fed ignores its own role in stifling wealth growth among the young.

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Poujade: Menace or Promise?

World HistoryPolitical Theory

12/10/2018The Free Market
Anti-tax protests have a well-established history in French politics, as described by Murray Rothbard in this 1956 article.
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In the Eyes of the State, We are All Russian (Bots) Now

12/10/2018Power & Market

A recent paper from the Atlantic Council faults modern technologies for eroding faith in public institutions. To them, this is a bad thing.

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Europe Struggles as the ECB Pretends to Know What It's Doing

The ECB is treating Europe's ailing economy with the same poison that made it ill in the first place.

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How Government Bureaucrats and the New York Times Are Misleading the Public About Climate Change

Big GovernmentThe EnvironmentTaxes and Spending

Blog12/10/2018

The media is using the recent National Climate Assessment to warn about the "cost of inaction" on climate change. Here's what they miss.

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