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Edward Stringham

Bitcoin Is Not for the Faint of Heart

Blockchain technology could be as big as they say. The particular assets and governance models behind them are subject to the market test, both in terms of the price and their ultimate viability.

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Max Gulker

J.J. Watt Shows How Individuals Can Create a More Caring Society

NFL star J.J. Watt is a model for how society can care for itself, privately and voluntarily.

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Jeffrey Tucker

Why Unhealthy Food Is Cheap and Plentiful

If we had a genuine free market in food – and the market is doing its best with the Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods – we would also likely see a greater alignment between what is affordable and what is actually good food for human consumption. It would be nice at least to be able to test this, starting with an end to the farm program.

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José Niño

California Invites Inefficiency, Cronyism with Solar Mandate

California wants every home to come with a solar panel. In an unprecedented move, it is now the first US state to require solar panels on the majority of houses built after January 2020.

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Scott Burns

Revenge of the Zombies

The once-dead Phillips curve has come back to life. But its underlying argument is still dead wrong.

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Alexander W. Salter

Monetary Institutions and the Rule of Law

Rule-of-law monetary systems are more ethically justifiable. They also work better.

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