Unfortunately, an automatic crypto purchase made with after-tax earnings won't lower your taxable income.
The Department of Labor and Sen. Elizabeth Warren have strong opinions about Fidelity’s new 401K option
Azael Sepulveda is suing the city of Pasadena, Texas over its requirement that his autobody shop add 23 parking spaces he insists he doesn't need and can't afford.
It explains how immigration restrictions massively diminish both the "negative" and "positive" economic liberty of natives of receiving countries.
"My servers are not lesser people," said owner Eric Flannery. "They don't need to be masked. They don't carry disease."
“[T]he great deference due state economic regulation does not demand judicial blindness to the history of a challenged rule or the context of its adoption nor does it require courts to accept nonsensical explanations for regulation.”
"We want to attract international entrepreneurs and investors and become a financial center for the country and region."
Neither politician is willing to tolerate deviation from the one business policy he thinks is best.
Once a Communist Backwater, Georgia Discovered the Benefits of Free Markets. Now It Risks Abandoning Them.
"Government should be very small. It should just regulate the minimum."
Plus: You can't FOIA politicians' browser histories, Pentagon compels commercial airlines to evacuate Afghan refugees, and more...
Gov. Greg Abbott's position on private vaccination requirements is confused and confusing.
Jigisha Modi can't hire her own mother-in-law—who has decades of eyebrow-threading experience—because of Kansas' occupational licensing rules. Now she's suing.
Trump's critics fault him for fomenting division. The left's efforts to drive people of faith from the public square are making the problem worse.
Plus: Supreme Court to rule on Catholic foster agencies, tech associations sue over social media law in Florida, and more…
Plus: Mask burning is freedom of speech, New York reaches recreational weed deal, and more...
Occupational licensing rules are more often arbitrary bureaucratic hurdles than they are protections for health or safety.
Perhaps Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice David Wecht ought to read more history, starting with the speeches of the late Rep. John Bingham.
Plus: More red states may get legal weed, antitrust action against Google expected this week, the Cuties controversy, and more...
"I know what moral panics look like; they look kind of like this."
The danger of the virus can’t be considered to the exclusion of the need for jobs and prosperity.
Officials claim doing business is a revocable “privilege,” but many Americans see it as a right that they’ll exercise with or without licenses and permits.
Plus: the latest unemployment numbers, Biden apologizes for comment on diversity, Ohio governor gets flip-flopping COVID-19 results, and more…
If there's one thing at which governments have excelled during this crisis, it's been collecting fines from anybody who steps out of line.
Get ready for more pain caused by COVID-19 as well as by the policies intended to hold it in check.
Even after government had imposed an almost unfathomable level of intervention on the economy, the markets are chugging along much better than expected.
Top-down, one-size-fits-few mandates are recipes for conflict.
Plus: the weird new battle lines on warrantless surveillance, more CDC incompetence, Minneapolis on fire, and more…
We've seen this before...
Even the president is a better moral philosopher than New York's governor.
We may find that we like making our own decisions.
Plus: Puerto Rico criminalizes fake news about COVID-19, wide geographic disparity in U.S. income growth, and more...
Why I'm Not (Yet?) Much Worried About the Civil Liberties Restrictions Flowing from the Coronavirus Response
The restrictions are less dangerous precisely because they are so broad and onerous.
The real resistance is made up of those who refuse to be governed by any of the wannabe rulers.
Gig workers and companies are suing over a California law, AB 5, that criminalizes their continued employment.
California Freelancers Suffer From Totally Predictable 'Unintended Consequences' of Gig Worker Protection Bill
Plus: Is there anything the upcoming spending bill doesn't contain? And more...
"Liberty," Thomas Jefferson wrote, "is unobstructed action according to our will; but rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will, within the limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others."
A Davidson County judge ruled Tuesday that Nashville's ban on home businesses servicing clients on site is constitutional.
Dump intrusive trade policies to give a real boost to consumers and entrepreneurs.
Arizona Is Close to Abolishing an Absurd Licensing Law Requiring 1,000 Hours of Training to Blow-Dry Hair
Another victory for licensing reform in the Grand Canyon State.
A new Reason Foundation report finds cities in Texas and Florida have the highest degrees of economic freedom.
State lawmakers target pet groomers, drain cleaners, interior designers, pecan buyers, athletic trainers, antler dealers, and....art therapists?
People getting starry eyed about socialism should look to Venezuela for some important warning signs.