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Capital and Labor Both Suffer under Minimum Wage Mandates

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog03/08/2021

Rising unemployment is just one outcome of minimum wage mandates. Capital accumulation and labor productivity will also be hurt. 

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Aggregated Data Hides the Damage Done by Minimum Wage Hikes

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog03/05/2021

Much of the harm is disguised by focusing on forecasts of higher aggregate income for the poor. Individuals, on the other hand, are another story. 

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Minimum Wage, Maximum Discrimination

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog02/26/2021

Eugenicist Progressives introduced the minimum wage, because it was well suited to perform the Progressives’ dirty work of discriminating against (what they considered) the least productive by making them unemployable.

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Why Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuits Are Garbage

Bureaucracy and RegulationLaw

Blog02/24/2021

Dominion Voting Systems is a private company in name only. It is a de facto government agency which gets its revenue through taxpayer exploitation. As such, it should be considered ineligible to sue anyone for defamation. 

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Why Biden and Krugman Are Wrong about the $15 Minimum Wage

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog02/19/2021

Let's take a sober and even-handed look at what economics and empirical studies have to say about minimum wage hikes. Krugman and Biden claim there's no evidence these hikes affect employment. But they are being misleading. 

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Economists and Psychologists Are Weaponizing Psychology and the Idea of "Rationality"

Bureaucracy and RegulationFinancial MarketsPaternalismPlanning

Blog02/16/2021

Behavioral economists and psychologists define as irrational anything that doesn't fit into a narrow model of behavior. Anything "irrational"—like buying the "wrong" stock—must be fixed with government regulation.

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Everything They Don't Like Is Now a Public Health Emergency

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog02/15/2021

What will be called a public health issue next? Gun violence (been there), transphobia (done that), religion, private schools and home schools? We would not be the first nation to lose its liberties on the installment plan. 

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Pennsylvanians May Amend Constitution to Stop Endless Lockdowns

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog02/15/2021

Not only will these amendments reduce the abuse of emergency declarations, but they will also help to decentralize power within Pennsylvania. While covid has allowed the executive branch to run wild, Pennsylvania is actually structured in a way that makes the decentralization of power easier.

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How Not to Argue against the Minimum Wage

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog02/11/2021

There are plenty of sound reasons to oppose government minimum wage laws, but there is one objection making the rounds that is based on bad economics and should be avoided, and that’s the "businesses will pass on the costs to consumers" objection.

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Public Health Measures like Mask Mandates Lead to Unintended and Unpredictable Outcomes

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog02/11/2021

What works in a clinical setting may have totally different outcomes when applied as a matter of "public health." Indeed, one-size-fits-all public health measures can often lead to unintended and unwanted results. 

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