Q&A with the author of the book Elon Musk calls "an excellent explanation of why capitalism is not just successful, but morally right."
Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
When you use incorrect stats to bolster your claims, as Reuters did, all kinds of foolish conclusions follow.
This progress has been widely shared, to the great benefit of the people at the bottom of the distribution.
The city wanted to bring in more money, in part for early childhood education. But such taxes are disproportionately paid by the poor.
Alex Gladstein on how "monetary colonialism" has crippled the Third World
Another exercise in nonsense by state lawmakers in California.
Lai's media company covered the Communist government's abuses when other Hong Kong media wouldn't.
The ideology champions the same tired policies that big government types predictably propose whenever they see something they don't like.
Delayed payments will increase, and companies will respond by raising interest rates—or denying low-income applicants outright.
"If there is freedom, private property, rule of law, then Latin Americans thrive," says the social media star.
"When we look at solar and wind around the world, it always correlates to rising prices and declining reliability."
Have we forgotten the era of mass institutionalization?
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In 1950, there were more than 16 workers for every beneficiary. In 2035, that ratio will be only 2.3 workers per retiree.
Despite an apocalyptic media narrative, the modern era has brought much longer lives and the greatest decline in poverty ever.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
The policy has some bipartisan support, despite the fact that it has mostly been a failure since its inception.
Private property was the solution to their failed experiment. But people keep repeating the Pilgrims' mistakes.
The biggest beneficiaries of economic growth are poor people. But the deepest case for economic growth is a moral one.
"Engineers are really good at making things better, but they can't make them better than the laws of physics permit."
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
The ordinance governing how food can be shared is designed to make it next to impossible to share food.
Government should not penalize investment, thwart competition, discourage innovation and work, or obstruct production.
Green activists have some good points. But the pursuit of a chemical-free world hurts vulnerable people the most.
Whether the federal government should be subsidizing families at all is another matter.
Piling on sanctions and blocking other countries' reconstruction efforts will only punish the Syrian people.
Lockdowns, trade disputes, and warfare make the next meal once again a matter of concern.
Mourn the end of a too-brief interlude of relative peace and prosperity.
In time, demand for poop and ash may offset the fertilizer crunch.
The government has learned nothing about affordable housing in the 50 years since Pruitt-Igoe came toppling down.
It sucked for avoidable reasons.
New York Times Writer Sarah Jeong Says Inflation in the News Is Just 'Rich People Flipping Their Shit'
Are normal Americans worried about inflation? Jeong says nope, it's a ginned-up outrage because rich people's "parasitic assets aren’t doing as well as they’d like."
The dog died after the man went to jail for exercising his First Amendment rights.
The Excessive, Unjust Enforcement of Petty Traffic Laws Causes Too Many Americans To Lose their Driver's Licenses
Since lacking licenses can lead to lacking the ability to work (and pay fines), offenses like parking tickets or failing to come to a complete halt at stop signs can upend lives unjustly.
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The technique "could potentially help address problems of poverty and food insecurity at a global scale."