in this review, CATO notes a new work on classical liberalism, which is liberalism rightly understood:
In this Policy Analysis for CATO, Randal O'Toole asserts that Congress has allowed federal land managers to charge recreation fees only for certain kinds of recreation.
In this Policy Analysis, George Selgin writes that there is a tendency to treat U.S. monetary history as divided between a gold standard past and a fiat dollar present.
In this Policy Analysis, the authors assert that economists generally believe that immigration increases the size of the economy, improves productivity, and is an economic boon for almost all parti
In this posting at CATO @ Liberty, Shapiro asserts that despite recent decisions from the Supreme Court, it is not becoming more libertarian per se, though there have been some libertarian decision
This article at CATO that also appeared in Washington Times on July 23, 2013, makes the case that
This article and commentary, which appeared in Forbes on July 23, 2013, notes:
In the United States and around the world, electricity restructuring is converting regulated monopolies into marke
No task in government is as Sisyphean as trying to stop bad regulatory ideas from becoming law.
There are plenty of people out there telling us what we should eat—and worse, trying to use public policy to make