A Basic Principle about Trade

December 3, 2017 – Jacob Hornberger …… To the extent that government laws, rules, and regulations interfere with people’s freedom to trade with others, to that extent government is reducing people’s standard of living. It’s making them poorer. Continue reading →

Diversity Obsession

November 27, 2017 – Walter Williams …… Ask your average college president or provost whether he even bothers promoting political diversity among faculty. I’ll guarantee that if he is honest — and even bothers to answer the question — he will say no. Continue reading →

Governments Want us to Believe we are Empowered

November 24, 2017 – Lee Friday …… On November 18th, citizens in London, Ontario cast their ballots in the annual ‘Neighbourhood Decision Making Program.’ In fact, this program is nothing more than a tiny bone ($250,000) – less than one tenth of one percent of the City’s budget – with strings attached, thrown to taxpayers. Continue reading →

A Basic Principle about Drug Laws

November 23, 2017 – Jacob Hornberger …… Drug laws bring into existence drug gangs. It’s just a basic principle of economics. If you like drug gangs and the violence that comes with them, then you should support drug laws. If you oppose drug gangs and their violence, you should oppose drug laws. Continue reading →