"You need an argument for why this is good for society. That's important, but you also need money."
GAO: Congress has been buying planes that lack crucial parts and haven't undergone full testing, so costly upgrades will eventually be needed.
Right now, most licensing boards require that the majority of members be from the same licensed profession. It's not difficult to see how that leads to anti-competitive rules.
He's got his reasons, but they all suck. And will accelerate Facebook's decline as a destination in cyberspace.
Facebook and the end of the open Internet era
New York City's new zoning ordinance would give the city an effective veto over proposed hotel projects in much of the city.
Michael Munger on the radicalism of public-choice economics, the failure of Democracy in Chains, and how the libertarian movement needs to evolve.
Democracy in Chains mangles the facts beyond recognition. But the book still has something to teach us.
Nancy MacLean's conspiracy tract Democracy in Chains grossly misrepresents limited-government philosophy and the work of Nobel laureate James M. Buchanan.
Washington Post columnist Robert Samuelson makes the case.
Soda tax moralizers are easy to find, but where are our sweetened-beverage bootleggers?
A non-voter who passed away just before Election Day.