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Jeffrey Tucker

What Happened to Manners and What to Do About It

The court of manners has been replaced by the court of law.

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William J. Luther

Stephen Moore, Herman Cain, and the Myth of Independence

The president’s decisions to nominate Stephen Moore and Herman Cain leave a lot to be desired. But that is no excuse for perpetuating the myth that the Fed has been independent up until now.

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Robert Hughes

Initial Claims Drop to the Lowest Level Since 1969

Initial claims for unemployment insurance fell to the lowest level since 1969, providing compelling evidence that the recent period of weakness may be passing.

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Chloe Anagnos

Zuckerberg Wants to Regulate the Internet. Here’s Why.

Government regulation isn’t just bad because it ignores the unintended consequences that restrictions produce over time. Regulation is also bad because it invites cronyism.

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Chloe Anagnos

London’s Uber, Cab Drivers Get the Yellow Vests’ Bug, Rail Against Fossil Fuel Taxes

Also known as the yellow-vests movement, the gilets jaunes movement in France gets a lot of hate from the left-leaning media. To critics, climate change requires government action, and if that means the working class will have to endure more poverty and misery, that’s just how it is.

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Phillip W. Magness

Government Monopolies Institutionalize and Perpetuate Racial Discrimination

Markets offer a powerful tool for fighting government-sanctioned racial discrimination.

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