Krugman’s analysis of a 70% marginal tax rate forgets about consumer surplus, deadweight loss, & the difference between marginal & total value.
Scooters like Bird and Lime are good disruptive technologies that live in a gray regulatory area.
Anoba’s second of three pieces covers Egypt’s powerful southern neighbor(s): Nubia and Kush.
Conservative or not, the Confederates would have to revolutionize their approach to the war before they could ever hope to win it.
Switzerland has become a hub of cryptocurrency innovation because of its tradition of decentralized government and flexible financial regulation.
The paternalistic welfare state has failed to create a reliable social safety net. Decentralized, voluntary institutions can do the job better.
GDPR inspired privacy bills stifle competition without benefitting American internet users.
If you try to prevent every possible danger in your child’s everyday life, they will never get a chance to grow up.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with mixing our social lives with business. The devil’s in the details.
Does piracy have a catastrophic effect on how music, movies, and books are distributed?
It’s worth taking some time to consider the Civil War from your average early libertarian activist’s point of view.
Even in the small space of just thirty days, William Henry Harrison still managed to do everything wrong.
We are launching an exciting new series of essays cataloging the long list of everything wrong with the Presidents.
Paternalism, even the art of nudging people in the right direction, does not allow human beings to make their own individual decisions.
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In one of his very worst philosophical leaps, Locke treats chattel slavery in the Atlantic world as a mere extension of war.
By trolling the English Court, John Lilburne helped reestablish all sorts of fundamental rights to the English legal tradition.
Originalism in all its various forms has been a pretense for defending one’s preferred legal conclusions.