In this document from Reason, Steven Titch writes that government-funded broadband projects start with a fundamental error: governments believe they are entering a monopoly-based infrastructu
Government-funded broadband projects, exemplified by the one undertaken in 2005 by Lafayette Utilities Service (LUS), start with a fundamental error: governments believe they are entering a monopol
In this article from Reason, multiple authors account for the problems facing certain cities in the nations--many are in dire shape.
In this post at Reason, Ronald Bailey asserts that health activists, nutrition nannies, medical paternalists, and just plain old quacks regularly conjure up menaces that are supposedly damagi
In this post at Reason that also appeared at Time, the unbiquitous Nick Gillespie writes about the growing acceptance of marijuana legalization in the nation.
In this general view of the power of taxation as it relates to the marijuana industry, the author argues that lower taxes may actually reap more receipts, than higher taxes on the product:
In this post on the general use and abuse of taxation, the author opines about the government's use of taxation to destroy. He concludes that,
In this article at Reason, Peter Suderman writes that the roll out of the health care exchanges was never tested for efficiency and workability:
This interview on Reason TV notes that "there is a real fundamental challenge to having popular sovereignty if the people can't know that the government is collecting data on them and...confis