Regulation


Trump – TPP Executive Order On Day ONE

By CIM November 21, 2016   Today President-elect Donald Trump provided a video update regarding plans for the first 100 days in office, including an action to take place on his first day. In the video Trump is following through with his promise to take actions based on putting America first.  Topics addressed for his […]

Trump - TPP Executive Order On Day ONE

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Blame Government, Not Markets for Monopoly

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute October 31, 2016   Blame Government, Not Markets for Monopoly   When Time-Warner announced it planned to merge with another major communications firm, many feared the new company would exercise near-total monopoly power. These concerns led some to call for government action to block the merger in order to […]


Insider Trading and Taxes: The State Wants to Read Your Mind

By Matthew Doarnberger Mises Institute August 5, 2016   Insider Trading and Taxes: The State Wants to Read Your Mind     Professional golfer Phil Mickelson was back in the news this summer thanks to a 2014 federal investigation into an insider trading case. It is alleged that Mickelson owed high stakes sports gambler Billy Walters […]

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11 Million Spent Half of Their Income on Rent. Why the Government Is to Blame.

By Patrick Tyrrell The Daily Signal June 28, 2016     A recent report out of Harvard University has found the number of struggling household renters at an all-time high. A table in the appendix of the report shows that almost half (49.3 percent) of renters in 2014 spent at least 30 percent of their household […]

11 Million Spent Half of Their Income on Rent. Why the Government Is to Blame.

When Everything is a Crime: Harvey Silverglate on the Overregulation of Ordinary Life

When Everything is a Crime: Harvey Silverglate on the Overregulation of Ordinary Life

By ReasonTV June 16, 2016   When Everything is a Crime: Harvey Silverglate on the Overregulation of Ordinary Life   Few people understand the price of overregulation like Harvey Silverglate. Over his long career as an attorney and journalist, Silverglate has seen the rising bureaucratic class enact hundreds of thousands of federal regulations and vaguely-worded […]


Fascism: A Bipartisan Affliction

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute June 13, 2016 Fascism: A Bipartisan Affliction   If neoconservatives and progressives truly understood fascism, they would stop using the word as a smear term. That is because both groups, along with most political figures and commentators, embrace fascist ideas and policies. Fascism’s distinguishing characteristic is a “mixed economy.” […]

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Do Drive-Thrus Discriminate Against Non-Drivers?

Do Drive-Thrus Discriminate Against Non-Drivers?

By Ryan McMaken Mises.org June 2, 2016   Do Drive-Thrus Discriminate Against Non-Drivers?   CNBC reports today that a blind man is suing McDonalds for refusing him service at the drive-thru window. The man, Scott Magee of Louisiana, could not access the inside of the restaurant because it was after hours when the dining room was closed. […]


Why Median Incomes Probably Are Really Going Down

By Ryan McMaken Mises.org May 11, 2016   Why Median Incomes Probably Are Really Going Down   In response to last week’s post on median incomes, several readers responded on Twitter with links to posts by the American Enterprise Institute think tank which explain some of the problems with using measures of household income. At the Mises […]

Why Median Incomes Probably Are Really Going Down