Bureaucracy and Regulation

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The Hydroxychloroquine Controversy Is a Reminder That Prescription Laws Are a Government Racket

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog05/28/2020

In a free country, doctors would be free to prescribe whatever drugs they wish to anyone for any reason. In fact, individuals should be free to buy drugs without a special government-required doctor's note.

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Why Congressional "Oversight" of the Bureaucracy Is No Such Thing

Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and Culture

Blog05/27/2020

Neither voters nor politicians watch the bureaucracy very carefully, so they respond as one might expect—advancing their own and their favorites' interests, at the expense of the public they are supposedly working for.

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Why Those COVID-19 Models Aren't Real Science

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog05/22/2020

Lord Kelvin once said, “If you cannot measure it, then it is not science” and “your theory is apt to be based more upon imagination than upon knowledge.” This would certainly seem to apply to the many COVID-19 models now used to destroy human rights across the globe.

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How Modern Economics Has Lost Its Way: It's All About the "Unseen"

Bureaucracy and RegulationValue and Exchange

Blog05/19/2020

The difference between modern economics and proper economic thinking lies in taking the step that comes after arriving at the "unseen," to the "unrealized."

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As Oil Craters, Mexico's Government Still Bets on Its Oil Monopoly

Bureaucracy and RegulationSocialismWorld History

With oil prices in likely long-term tailspin, corrupt governments can't count on oil sales to bail them out anymore. But Mexico's government didn't get the memo and still clings to the state oil monopoly.

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America Is a Technocracy, Not a Democracy

Big GovernmentBureaucracy and Regulation

Blog05/01/2020

The people who really run the country are unelected "experts" and bureaucrats at the central banks, at public health agencies, spy agencies, and an expanding network of boards and commissions.

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Deregulation Is the Path to Increasing the Supply of Medical Services

Bureaucracy and RegulationFree Markets

If we're serious about increasing the capacity of our medical institutions, free trade and deregulation offer real solutions.

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How Shutdowns Will Keep Killing the Economy, Even When They're Over

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog04/24/2020

Part of what made the Great Depression last so long was increased uncertainty about what regulation or tax the government might impose next. Today's looming threat of ongoing "shutdowns" creates a very similar situation.

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COVID-19 Is Forcing Governments to Admit Their Regulations Aren't Really Necessary

Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic Freedom

Blog04/16/2020

From medical practices to grocery shipments, governments are loosening restrictions in order to keep goods and services affordable. But if these restrictions are unnecessary now, why claim they are ever necessary?

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Decentralization and Privatization Haven't Gone Far Enough in Coronavirus Testing

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionHealth

Blog04/16/2020

Federal regulation of medical tests and testing needs to be ended and left to the states. And then state authority must be broken up and decentralized even further.

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