Anthony Gill is a professor of political economy at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Articles by Anthony Gill
In an environment that constantly presents us with pessimistic reasons why things cannot be done, turning a paperclip into $225 of pizza in less than two days proves that opportunities to make everyone better off exist all around us if we just take the time to observe and act.
Remember that when Scrooge fully understood the joy of the season he became a full-fledged member of a truly wealthy society built upon compassion, trust, and strong fellowship.
A government law that dictates the terms of trade for any organization does not move the ball towards the free market end zone.
The Business Roundtable is merely rediscovering what proponents of a free market system have known for a long time.
The opportunity to voluntarily tax yourself at rates you so choose is available to you via the US Treasury.
Market manipulation would be so much easier if you didn’t declare what your price is relative to the station down the street. And yet, of all the things we buy on a regular basis, the price at the pump is the most visible.