Bureaucracy and Regulation

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Beer: A Short and Bitter History of Regulation

Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Blog08/21/2021

Some think that beer's history of regulation begins with hops, but beer has been hemmed in by government red tape for much longer.

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The British Government Pushed back "Freedom Day" with No Explanation

Bureaucracy and RegulationPolitical Theory

Blog07/12/2021

For many, the covid era has been like a rollercoaster. But as the world seems to near the end of the ride, governments don't seem in a hurry to roll back their restrictions.

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Canada's Alcohol Laws Are Stuck in the Past

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog07/01/2021

Alcohol sales in Ontario are stuck in a morass of price-fixing and other government controls. 

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Biden Wants To Seize Control of Local Land-Use Regulations

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionU.S. History

Blog06/18/2021

Empowering state legislatures—or worse, the federal government—to abolish local regulations would be a grave mistake. 

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Why Big Business Is Helping the Regime

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog06/16/2021

Faced with a "join us or be destroyed" ultimatum from federal regulators or lawmakers, most private firms choose the "join us" option. 

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The Case of Joe Rogan: Vaccine Policy and Freedom of Speech

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog06/01/2021

For politically "sensitive" subjects, authorities do not accept deviations from their official story. This deleterious...

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Why Are Progressives Obsessed with the Transgender Policies at the College of the Ozarks?

Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. History

Blog05/31/2021

Anyone considering going to the very conservative College of the Ozarks knows what he's getting into. Yet the Biden administration has launched a war on this tiny college in the name of "equality" for transgendered students who have no reason to ever set foot there.

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There's No Conflict Between Profit and "Social Responsibility"

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog05/27/2021

The "People over Profits" mantra is once again is being heard in Washington. But this time we're hearing about it from business lobbyists themselves who are now parroting leftwing slogans about "social responsibility."

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Does Bitcoin Use "Too Much" Electricity?

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog05/20/2021

Elizabeth Warren has decided that bitcoin mining uses "too much" electricity. This raises an important question: Is Senator Warren qualified to decide on the "correct" amount of electricity usage? 

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The Dystopian Future in Which Almost No One Owns a Car

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog05/13/2021

Some advocates of self-driving cars argue that their adoption would mean that very few people would actually own a vehicle anymore. We'd all just rent rides on self-driving Uber cars. This would be a dream come true for advocates of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders. 

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