Archive for August, 2016
Do Individuals Measure Value? Ludwig von Mises vs. David Friedman
Future: Economic Peril or Prosperity? Offers Message of “Cautious Optimism”
EU Ruling on Apple: Time for a Second Irish Rebellion?
Even a Dimwit May Be Right and a Genius Wrong about Some Things
EpiPen: A Case Study of Government Harm
Why One in Five Americans Are on Government Assistance (in One Image)
Alcohol Bans Won’t Put Dent in Campus Sexual Assault
Telehealth Opportunity versus Telehealth “Parity”
Caltrans Wins Golden Fleece Award for Its $10 Billion Highway Robbery
Single-Payer Setback: Canadian Doctors without Contract for Two Years and Counting
What the Prague Spring Teaches Us Today about Liberty
Obamacare Authorities Actually Think Health Costs Fell
Dealing with Mistakes: Government Action versus Private Action
U.S. State Department Endorses Uber
The “Right to Shop” for Health Care
So-called Police Misconduct
A Civil Society Agenda for Campus Sexual Assault
Medicare Changes Have Reduced Hospital Readmissions, but More Reforms Are Needed
Economists Mustn’t Forget the Fallacy of Decomposition
The Dead-Weight Cost of Obamacare’s Loopy Tax Credit
The Carbon Tax: Welfare Triangle, or Welfare Obelisk?
Another Obamacare Architect Recognizes Its Unintended Consequences
Chemotherapy Payment Reform: Medicare Is Missing the Elephant in the Room
First, Do No Harm
Privacy Rights, Cronyism, and Jason Bourne
Voting Reform: Putting Lipstick on the Collective Pig Is a Dumb Idea
When Should We Have to Present a Photo ID?

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