Anthony Fauci’s constant prattle about the dangers of opening up are falling on deaf ears.
The real enemy is not a shadowy foreign power plotting to take away our freedoms, as during the Cold War, but rather it is much closer to home. While the virus is invisible, the people who dreamed up and enforced lockdowns that wrecked the country are highly visible.
Politicians have too much power over our lives. Many used the pandemic as another excuse to take more.
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So-called “price gouging” is a gimmick used by politicians and the media to rally supporters and viewers.
How government regulation (controls) turned the COVID-19 health issue into a full-blown pandemic.
In normal times the government supports many bad, irresponsible, and unjust policies, driven in part by perverse incentives. Not the least of these is an imprudent eagerness to please special interests. Emergencies and the resulting panic only further loosen whatever weak restraints there normally are against government misbehavior and malfunction.
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,...
Licensing requirements generally restrict the supply of services in the licensed industry by prohibiting some perfectly competent workers from working as providers.
Black people must ask what needs to be done to stop criminals from preying on them and making so many of their communities economic wastelands.
Adam Mossoff interview with Elan Journo on patents and copyrights.
It is time for Congress to restore balance to a patent system that has historically secured the fruits of inventive labors with reliable and effective property rights in inventions and discoveries.
“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.”
If we’ve become a democracy, it would represent a deep betrayal of our founders, who saw democracy as another form of tyranny.
Abortion-rights advocates should not cede the terms “pro-life” and “right to life” to the anti-abortionists. It is a woman’s right to her life that gives her the right to terminate her pregnancy.
The government’s restricting Uber’s, its drivers’ and riders’ freedom of choice is immoral.
Byzantine state laws demand you get a state-approved license before you may become a hairdresser, tour guide, travel agent, house painter and all sorts of other jobs where customer happiness should be the guide.
Crime imposes a hefty tax on people who can least afford it.
As a friend once explained to me, “I carry a gun because I can’t carry a cop.”
Democrats like Pelosi and their media sympathizers think highly of whistleblowers — when they whistleblow on Trump.
With his historic statement against Communist China for the ideal of free speech and the United States of America, Shaq showed a prime example of the highest moral action. Leonard Peikoff once said that to save the world is the simplest thing — all one has to do is think. Shaquille O’Neal did exactly that.
Americans who call for stricter and stricter gun control know that getting rid of rifles will do little or nothing for the nation’s homicide rate. Their calls for more restrictive gun laws are part of a larger strategy to outlaw gun ownership altogether.
The principle of freedom trumps government regulation. In Ayn Rand’s words: “Freedom is the fundamental requirement of man’s mind.”
The difference between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping is that Donald cannot command companies doing business with the NFL to stop doing so until every football player who has kneeled during the national anthem publicly apologize for “offending the American people.” China can.
The view that social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook are corroding our public discourse has become increasingly accepted wisdom, the starting point for a debate rather than the debate itself.