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Bureaucracy and RegulationValue and Exchange
If the "pay gap" narrative were true, "greedy" employers would hire more women to get the same work done at lower wages.
Noah Smith has written yet another "popular" column challenging established economics assumptions. But he's really only appealing to his reader's established biases.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismWar and Foreign Policy
America's subsidized arms industry also benefits greatly from presidential efforts to push international arms deals with foreign regimes.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and Corporatism
New government regulations help large dominant firms while hurting small firms and start-ups. Zuckerberg likes the sound of that.
Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending
The failures of farm programs remain a reminder of why Washington’s power needs to be radically slashed across the board.
Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeThe Police State
From free trade to cutting welfare, here are four ways to improve immigration policy that don't make government more intrusive in our lives.
Bureaucracy and RegulationInterventionism
With a real free market, how a business conducts itself is not the concern of government, but the concern of consumers.
Bureaucracy and Regulation
The Feds are considering an enormous expansion of their powers to regulate the internet.
Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal Economy
The bottom line is that Macron should drop his statist European-wide proposals and put all of his focus on fixing France.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages
"Project Labor Agreements" makes government infrastructure spending even more expensive and inefficient.