Policing for profit is wrong.
A generally great organization.
We regard Keynesianism as the ideological cover for crony capitalism (really the same system) and therefore find it odd that CATO, a libertarian group, would support work that we would expect to come from Keynesian/ anti-libertarian economists such as Robert Shiller or Paul Krugman.
No one is perfect we suppose.
On this Independence Day eve it’s a good question to ponder. I believe being “American” means that one adheres generally to the values and spirit embodied in the Declaration of Independence and in the Constitution. We embrace personal liberty, tolerance, respect for property rights, rule of law, and equality under the law.
Ed Hudgins has some more thoughts on the subject.
In light of the current Net neutrality debate (and our stance on it) I thought I might share this short policy article from 12 years ago, written on the 5th anniversary of “Telecommunications Deregulation.”
That’s about right. These people honestly think they know better than parents and local educators. The opposition to the statist indoctrination which is known as Common Core is just a reflection of just how redneck most of America is. Better to leave your child to us. We know what is best. The government always knows what’s best…Idiots…
We spend billions and billions subsidizing the security apparatuses of our allies. Given the current financial situation in this country does this make sense?
One reason is to keep out competition with the help of the state.
18th folks. The mighty United States of America, land of the free and home of the brave, ranks 18th in the world in terms of economic freedom.
In the attached column Richard Rahn rightly declares that such a ranking should be a wake-up call for America. How could we let this happen?
A decade of trampling all over the Constitution since September 11th 2001 has something to do with it.