Bureaucracy and Regulation

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San Francisco's Wealthy Leftists Are Making Homelessness Worse

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog12/01/2018

San Francisco's public defecation problem is a symptom of its homelessness problem — a problem made far worse by government housing regulations.

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Immigration: Give the Private Sector a Bigger Role in Deciding Who Comes Here

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesPoverty

Blog11/27/2018

An immigration system based on sponsorship, bonding, and a reduction in the use of public resources would allow the private sector to play a bigger role in which immigrants come here, and which ones stay.

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Latin America Has Fewer Guns, But More Crime

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal System

Blog11/20/2018

Contrary to myth, Latin America has relatively few civilian-owned guns — either legal or illegal. But this hasn't prevented enduring high rates of violent crime.

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Why Politicians Love the Amazon Deal

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending

Blog11/16/2018

"Economic development" schemes, like those used to attract big corporate headquarters to one's city, are really just a type of governmental central planning.

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How to Solve the Social Media De-Platforming Problem

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog11/15/2018

Big social media companies enjoy government protections while leveraging their privileges to push political agendas.

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How So Many Bad Ideas Manage to Win on Election Day

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog11/07/2018

Bad ideas can spread more quickly than good ones, often because they sound so good until you spend some time thinking about them.

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Trump Is Playing Political Games with Ethanol

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending

Blog11/05/2018

Clearly, the proposal for increased usage of E15 is a government subsidy to corn growers and the ethanol industry.

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Why Bad Economics Makes Such Good Politics

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending

Blog11/02/2018

When the advocate for a new tariff or a new regulation says he's willing to pay a few bucks more for the "good" of society — what he really means is you should pay more, whether you like it or not.

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California’s Feminist Corporate Coup

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog10/25/2018

This latest attack on corporate sovereignty will drive companies and jobs out of California.

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Stop Hating on High-Deductible Health Plans

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog10/12/2018

High-deductible or "catastrophic" health plans offer real protection from health disasters. But most government-approved forms of health "insurance" are really just welfare programs in disguise.

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