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Bureaucracy and Regulation
Big social media companies enjoy government protections while leveraging their privileges to push political agendas.
Bad ideas can spread more quickly than good ones, often because they sound so good until you spend some time thinking about them.
Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending
Clearly, the proposal for increased usage of E15 is a government subsidy to corn growers and the ethanol industry.
When the advocate for a new tariff or a new regulation says he's willing to pay a few bucks more for the "good" of society — what he really means is you should pay more, whether you like it or not.
This latest attack on corporate sovereignty will drive companies and jobs out of California.
Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth
High-deductible or "catastrophic" health plans offer real protection from health disasters. But most government-approved forms of health "insurance" are really just welfare programs in disguise.
Many urban police departments fail to make arrests in even half of the murder cases in their jurisdictions. Imagine if a private sector policing firm had a similar rate of failure.
The real motivations behind using both cubicles and the so-called open-office concept are something different than what we are told.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPricesValue and Exchange
The unintended consequences of government regulation lead to even more government coercion.
Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. History
Randolph Bourne was too much the populist for Sunstein who believed "the people" must be guided by experts, because people are too bewildered by the complexities of it all to be able to choose rationally for themselves.