Hipster Antitrust Is Overdue for a Backlash

– December 3, 2019

Democrats can reject neo-Brandeisian antitrust along with the other pillars of left-populism, or seek a victory that in many ways will prolong rather than end the Trump era. 


Government Intervention Is Unscientific

– December 2, 2019

Sit in any time beyond the first month of a typical ECON 101 class and here’s what you’ll be taught: free markets work well, but only under conditions that seldom prevail in reality – a regrettable fact that requires the state to intervene to correct e …


London Bureaucrats: Kill Uber to Keep Passengers Safe

– November 26, 2019

Thus is the term safety bandied about in order to cover up the real agenda of driving out the enterprising competition from the private sector so that legacy cabs connected with the government can have a free hand.


One Hundred Exhortations: Why We Hate Airports

– November 21, 2019

At some point, human beings feel a sense of demoralization when they are treated like cattle. That is precisely the feeling one gets at airports today.


Beto’s Fatal Blunder (Video)

– November 19, 2019

In the first of a new series of videos produced by AIER, Justin Little takes us through the rise and fall of Beto, whose campaign flamed out on a long-shot attempt to rally a new base of support based on gun confiscation. Here’s where he went right and …


Actually, We Could Just Flip the Switch

– November 15, 2019

Such a law would ensure that every regulation was scrutinized at least once every twenty years and automatically eliminate all those that no agency thought important enough to subject to review.


Only Freedom Will Save the Auto Industry

– November 11, 2019

Government meddling in the auto industry has killed beauty, innovation, and passion; giving people their freedom to explore back is what will save it.


Prohibition Is Ending in College Sports

– November 7, 2019

The NCAA has opened the door to permitting student-athletes to get paid. That’s a good thing. There are still a lot of unanswered questions, but we shouldn’t let them get in the way of progress.


While You Slept, Government Created Internal Passports, Real ID

– November 4, 2019

The answer to the question regarding what Americans will giveup for a measure of security, and in this case a tremendously dubious measure of security, is now clear.


Drunk Driving and Fake Science

– November 3, 2019

The combination of state power and pseudoscience is a dangerous one. Criminalizing something that depends on the scientific accuracy of some secret test rather than observable behavior is itself fraught with dangers.


Elizabeth Warren’s Anti-Consumer Plan to Break Up Big Tech

– October 29, 2019

Should Senator Warren or others choose to apply a decades-old rulebook to split up or regulate Amazon and Google, their lack of innovation risks costing consumers dearly.

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Banking with the Amish

– October 9, 2019

Americans don’t need government plans to solve problems; they just need to be allowed to innovate without undue restriction in an environment where property rights find sufficient protection.