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How Canadian Cops' Legal Immunity Endangers the Public

Legal System

Blog08/14/2019

Those who are tasked with serving the public interest — but are protected by legal immunity — are well positioned to serve whatever interests they choose.

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How Qualified Immunity Became Absolute Immunity for Police Officers

Legal System

Blog08/01/2019

Qualified immunity is the clearest example that the rule of law is dead (or, perhaps, never existed); government officials live by one set of rules, and the rest of us live by another.

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How Boris Johnson Can "Make Britain Great Again"

Global EconomyLegal SystemSocialism

Blog07/12/2019

A future prime minister must have a clear understanding of his enemy, the socialist myth, why it fails, and why free markets succeed. 

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How Labor Unions Violate Employer and Non-Union Worker Rights

Labor and Wages

Blog07/09/2019

Federal labor laws increase monopoly power, reduce competition, and void free association, all in the name of "workers' rights."

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How Much of a Problem Is Hate Crime?

Legal SystemU.S. History

Blog07/09/2019

The vast majority of recorded hate crimes fall into a number of activities that normally fall under misdemeanor or even civil categories. The real and far-more-common threat continues to be regular ol' ordinary violent crime.

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Homelessness and the Problem of Public Space

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog06/26/2019

Government policy encourages homeless people to congregate in public areas twice over: first, cities destroy access to very-low-cost housing. Second, city governments often refuse to enforce their own rules of public-space use. Tent cities result.

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Harvard Economics is Changing

06/26/2019Power & Market

Economics at Harvard is changing for the worst.

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How Oberlin College Faculty Tried to Destroy a Small Business for Imaginary Crimes

Legal System

Blog06/24/2019

Oberlin College faculty openly encouraged and assisted students in destroying the property and livelihood of employees and owners at Gibson's Market. The college claimed this was "freedom of speech." A jury disagreed.

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