Some, like Rep. Patrick McHenry (R–N.C.), advocate a more measured approach.
Thank Swifties, not Joe Biden, for Ticketmaster's consumer-friendly pricing policy.
This progress has been widely shared, to the great benefit of the people at the bottom of the distribution.
"There's nobody that says, wait, is this good for America? Is this good for the American consumer?"
Haters and lovers of the former president can both express their diametrically opposed views with a Trump mug-shot mug.
Adam Smith recognized that man has a natural "propensity to truck, barter, and exchange."
Pioneers of Capitalism chronicles centuries of bottom-up economic evolution in the Netherlands.
It’s only one vessel, but the U.S. domestic shipping cartel, protected by the awful Jones Act, is screaming about it.
Businesses are all in favor of competition, tax cuts, and deregulation only until they aren't—meaning only until subsidies might benefit them.
The island is begging the Biden administration to allow foreign ships to bring fuel to help restore power. But entrenched maritime interests balk at competition.
In Return of the Artisan, anthropologist Grant McCracken explains how we've shifted from an industrial to a handmade economy.
It would signal that the transportation future involves decentralization and rapid change rather than Washington-style command-and-control.
‘Peace through commerce’ didn’t prevent war in Ukraine, but that doesn’t mean the theory is invalid.
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An ill-conceived proposal to increase liability for online marketplaces could effectively outlaw all but the biggest players.
Amazon promotes products that mimic its competition? Welcome to more than a century of American retail practices.
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Chadwick Boseman shines in his final role.
At This Year's Vegas Porn Expo, Everything People Think They Know About the Internet and Adult Entertainment Is Wrong
The internet has turned adult performers into media entrepreneurs.
A federal appeals court rejects an expansive reading of the federal arson law.
As his $159 million new movie, The Irishman, hits theaters, the legendary director avers today is "brutal and inhospitable to art."
Ursula Wing sold abortion drugs to U.S. customers and is now charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.
This Steelmaker Looked Like a Winner in the Trade War. Now It's Suing the Commerce Department Over Tariffs.
Protectionism fails, even for those who were supposed to benefit.
Get food, coffee, medicine, and golf balls (if your aim is just that bad).
A love letter to getting good stuff cheaply
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Federal Judge Advocates Jury Nullification After Being Shocked by Overzealous Child Pornography Prosecution
It just makes sense to let jurors know about their already established power to exercise discretion over bad laws and ill-considered prosecutions.
Federal legislation may be the only solution to overreaching state laws.