Archive for May, 2019
Death, Taxes, and Government Waste

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Perhaps, there is a third thing: government waste.

FDA Approves $2 Million Drug. Blame the Price on Excessive Regulation.

Existing regulations serve to hinder access to treatment by making it prohibitively expensive.

The Adachi Papers: SF Police Raid Attacks Free Press and Reveals Hypocrisy

With police and public officials alike, California taxpayers should watch what they do, not what they say.

BS Plus AOC Plus USPS Equals Socialist Banking

Vermont socialist and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wants to expand the USPS into banking.

Government Bailouts by Another Name

Despite the evidence that the U.S. government cannot make money from its student loan business, it may soon get into a whole new lending racket.

Federal Agency Blames Diversity, Ignores Cause of Deadly 2017 Amtrak Derailment

As this case confirms, the NTSB is basically a historian of accidents and contributes little if anything to public safety.

Tim Draper: Venture Capitalist, Venture Philanthropist, and Poet

We’ve long been admirers of Tim Draper—in fact, we think so highly of him we presented him with the Alexis de Tocqueville Award at our Gala for the Future of Liberty two years ago.

Unaccountable Bureaucrats Running Amok

Americans have little hope of challenging the rules that have been imposed on them by bureaucrats running amok.

For Pete’s Sake, Ensure Tax Fairness for the Workers

In a truly fair system, workers would get their own money first, and everybody would pay the same marginal rate.

Reducing the U.S. Government’s Regulatory Burden

Federal regulations and restrictions impose a very large cost on Americans.

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