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New Study Defending NYC’s Minimum Wage Law is Fake News

Free MarketsLabor and WagesU.S. Economy

Blog08/13/2019

Last week Business Insider referenced a study to defend NYC's minimum wage law. Neither holds up well upon any sort of serious analysis.

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No One Has a Right to a Good Reputation

Blog08/10/2019

In a free society, defamation would be a nonissue. No one would be able to use the courts to punish other people for the things they say or write. The only exception would be if a person voluntarily signed, then violated, a contract agreeing not to say certain things.

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Nation and State Are Two Different Things

Political Theory

Blog08/05/2019

On a recent mountain-climbing trip to Russia, it became very clear how nation and state are two very different ideas. Most everyone I encountered was proud of his nation. Few had much good to stay about their states.

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Nations within a Nation: Real Sovereignty for American Indians

U.S. HistoryPrivate Property

Blog07/05/2019

Jeff Deist interviewed about American Indian tribes and property rights.

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Non-Renewable Resources Never Really Run Out

The EnvironmentEntrepreneurship

Blog07/03/2019

Supply, demand, and prices affect human usage of natural resources in such a way that the most scarce and valued resources are economized and preserved. The practical effect is that valuable resources never really run out.

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NCAA: Making a Federal Case Out of Private Rules Violations

Legal System

Blog06/13/2019

Federal prosecutors are now charging suspects with breaking non-existent federal statutes in cases involving violations of internal NCAA rules. But if there is fraud anywhere in this sorry affair, it is committed by federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, federal judges, and journalists.

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