Regulation


Liberland

Bloomberg View: Don’t laugh off Liberland (the new libertarian “country” in Eastern Europe)

By Against Crony Capitalism April 25, 2015   Bloomberg View: Don’t laugh off Liberland (the new libertarian “country” in Eastern Europe)     Indeed don’t. That would not be wise. It is quite clear that times are changing. People’s understanding of government, the state, are also changing. As more people become informed, and the information […]


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Goodlatte Predicts $11 Billion In New Taxes, Fees From Net’s New Rules (It’s really about Net CONTROL)

By Nick Sorrentino Against Crony Capitalism April 5, 2015   Goodlatte Predicts $11 Billion In New Taxes, Fees From Net’s New Rules (It’s really about Net CONTROL)     I’ll bet that when all is said and done “Net neutrality” will result in a lot more than $11 billion in new taxes. The directive from […]


CEOs Against Private Property

By Ryan McMaken Mises.org April 3, 2015   CEOs Against Private Property   The governor of Indiana last week signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, modeled on similar federal legislation. The Indiana statute states that a person’s religious beliefs may not be “substantially burden[ed]” by anti-discrimination statutes. In other words, if anti-discrimination laws could be […]

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So Biden wants to “emancipate” wealth? OK, let’s take a look at how he got his

By Nick Sorrentino Against Crony Capitalism February 27, 2015   So Biden wants to “emancipate” wealth? OK, let’s take a look at how he got his     Biden is the quintessential political Cheshire cat. (The Washington DC subspecies.)  The guy can smile through anything. Probably a good thing to be able to do if […]