Stimulus checks, government spending, and Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are only part of the problem.
On streaming and the big screen, we're paying more for less, even as new ideas seem few and far between.
Strongly held wishes and pixie dust won’t deliver a green utopia.
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Prominent Democrats including Joe Manchin oppose a bad idea whose time has seemingly not yet come.
Democrats passed trillions in pandemic relief but continue to cry poor.
A new paper reveals that the state and local bailout was not only unnecessary but incredibly wasteful.
If home insulation is a "critical technology item essential to the national defense," then what isn't?
Political philosopher Chris Freiman makes the case.
The Ocean Shipping Reform Act fulfills the political need to do something but probably won’t help.
Piling on sanctions and blocking other countries' reconstruction efforts will only punish the Syrian people.
The economy is spinning, but we’ve proven there are viable ways to slow it down to more bearable levels.
Is crypto winter here?
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The self-described freedom maximalist explains why he isn't put off bitcoin by its decline since last November.
Removing tariffs could save American households $800 this year. What is the White House waiting for?
St. Paul has seen a 61 percent decrease in building permits after the city imposed rent control on future housing.
...and why government spending is like an infestation of cicadas.
It would force us to "live within our means," says the president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity.
Under Biden, Trump, and Obama, government federal spending almost doubled.
Biden should stop layering new, contradictory orders into the market and simply get government out of the way.
Tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump and kept in place by President Joe Biden are costing consumers $51 billion annually.
Perhaps the government shouldn't be running golf courses in the first place?
This crisis is the result of protectionism, regulation, and central planning.
The president's argument is amazing for its tone-deafness, inconsistent thinking, and sheer economic ignorance.
The federal bailout of state and local governments padded the paychecks of many public employees.
Biden Says Fighting Inflation Is His Top Economic Priority. His Antitrust Policy Would Make Inflation Worse.
Attacking big firms just for being big could drive up prices.
Inflation damages the economy while doing the greatest harm to the most vulnerable.
Biden's three-point plan to tackle inflation is really a one-point plan: Let the Federal Reserve handle this mess.
Millions of lower-income or unbanked people are more likely to use cryptocurrency as a payment method.
Governments can't plan economies, but can disrupt them.
Lawmakers stuffed more than $8 billion in pet projects into an omnibus federal spending bill passed in March. But wait, didn't Congress ban earmarks back in 2011?
The president is trying to claim credit for falling deficits. Actually, his administration has overseen a $2.4 trillion increase in the long-term deficit.
Biden's top trade adviser says tariffs must be "strategic," but what strategic value do tariffs on South Korean steel serve?
The self-described "freedom maximalist" and former hedge fund manager talks "incorruptible money," Austrian economics, and why Satoshi Nakamoto's invention is unstoppable.