We adults should be allowed to make our own decisions about what we do with our own bodies.
Burning police stations and looting stores won’t speed that progress. It sets us back.
In Korea, top teachers make millions.
A silver lining to this pandemic is that now more parents are learning about their options outside the government schooling system.
If we keep giving the state more power over our lives, we will freeze in the dark.
Politicians “looking for something to do” like banning plastic bags routinely do more harm than good.
We need new drugs to fight COVID-19 and other diseases. But our government’s approval process makes that too hard.
Politicians rush to limit our choices in the name of “keeping us safe.”
Some Americans say our government should be more like China’s. Repressive government controls like China’s should not be our role model.
You can stretch a rubber band only so far, until it breaks. Our debt will wreck our children’s lives.
Government’s rules often make it harder for private actors to help people. In a crisis, America’s unsung heroes are people who overcome that.
Why weren’t there enough Wuhan Corona Virus (COVID-19) tests? Because our government insists on control of medical innovation.
Prices should rise during emergencies. That’s because prices aren’t just money; they are signals, information. They tell suppliers what their customers want most.
Freelance jobs are "feudalism," says California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. She persuaded California's legislature to pass a new law reclassifying freelance workers as employees. That means many people who hire them must now give them benefits like overtime,...
Some parents are so neglectful that government should intervene, but not by “telling us every little detail how to raise our children.”
Bloomberg may not be a communist, but he is no principled, limited-government capitalist, either. Bloomberg, unfortunately, is yet another unprincipled power-hungry political egomaniac.
Bernie Sanders is indeed a “dumb dupe” about economics. Or as the Soviet Communists used to put it, “a useful idiot.”
I hope we get more of the good from Trump and less of the bad and ugly.
“At the federal level, 98% of criminal laws are not passed by elected representatives. They are created by unelected bureaucrats who don’t have to answer to anyone.”
Whoever wins… taxpayers lose.
Blockbuster’s demise began when it charged a man named Reed Hastings $40 in late fees. That annoyed him so much, he started a subscription-based, mail-order movie rental company he called Netflix.
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