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Big GovernmentBureaucracy and Regulation
Governments are good at shifting risk in sneaky ways, but they can’t legislate it out of existence.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesPoverty
Lockdowns have already pummeled the US labor market, and efforts to increase regulations in the name of "protecting workers" will only make things worse.
Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth
In a classic "bootleggers and baptists" scenario, it looks like pharmaceutical companies are calling for greater regulation of kratom, which is viewed a potential competitor to patented drugs.
Bureaucracy and Regulation
The new "right to repair" measure on the ballot in Massachusetts has very little to do with rights, and a lot to do with new costly and bureaucratic mandates on automakers.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic FreedomTaxes and Spending
As we face a second wave of coronavirus outbreak in Europe, we know that the March measures and aggressive lockdowns were a grave mistake.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismEconomic Freedom
Twenty years ago, it looked like Chile was well on its way to joining the world's small club of developed countries. But this path looks less and less likely as Chile abandons its commitment to freedom and markets.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages
Eurozone unemployment would be close to 11 percent if we used the same calculation as the United States.
Global health bureaucrats would have a much easier time if they could force "renegade" countries like Sweden into line with the power to force a uniform health policy on everyone.
Bureaucracy and RegulationFree MarketsPrice Controls
India's parliament has recently passed new reforms to its long-standing interventionist regime which limits farmers' ability to buy and sell goods. These reforms are badly needed.
What bureaucrats call "safety" often just means lower wages and more unemployment. This hardly provides workers with a safer and more secure life overall.