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by | Aug 7, 2022

In recent months, governments around the world have been making unprecedented encroachments on how private actors do business, often with disastrous results. In Sri Lanka, an onerous new organic-farming regime was imposed on the nation’s producers, precipitating a serious economic…

by | Jul 6, 2022

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California policymakers love to lecture the rest of the world about climate change and the need to shift power generation from fossil fuels to renewables such as wind, solar, and hydropower. So it was ironic that Gov….

by | Jan 31, 2022

Democrats in general, and the Biden administration in particular, would have you and other potential voters believe that they are friends of the little guy and opponents of Big Business. Thus, for example, a banner headline on the front page…

by | Aug 4, 2021

Crime doesn’t matter — but compliance does. The distinction is important because it conveys something important about the true nature of the government we endure. Crime — actual harms caused to real people — goes largely unpunished because it does…

by | Jan 7, 2021

It’s the beginning of a new year. It’s almost the beginning of a new presidential administration, too. In theory, now is a perfect time for some resolutions: to start fresh, fix the mistakes of the past or do what we…

by | Dec 27, 2020

Washington On Saturday, President-elect Joe Biden introduced his climate team at The Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden’s would-be energy secretary, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, talked about U.S. investment of trillions for “electric cars, solar panels, wind turbines and…

by | Apr 5, 2020

Governments in the United States are restricting freedoms to unprecedented degrees in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. As dangerous as this expansion of power is, in some ways, federal, state and local governments are also reducing their…

by | Jun 20, 2017

Almost six months into the Trump administration, frustration is mounting over the lack of progress on the bold agenda outlined by the president. Tackling Obamacare has proved more challenging than initially assumed, which has kicked up a backlog on tax…

by | May 24, 2017

You might want to buy a used car while they’re cheap — but not just because they’re cheap. And cheap they are. Because of unprecedented desperation tactics to sell new cars — including under-bid incentives, cash back offers, and “free…

by | May 12, 2017

Throughout the first quarter of 2017, bureaucrats in Washington, DC issued fewer new regulations on how banks and financial institutions must do business, according to a quarterly analysis of the effects of federal government rulemaking published by Continuity, a business…

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