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FEE - 2017-05-26 - Original post - cached version

Take these two warring political factions out of the social nexus and America would do just fine, with neither social engineering globalists nor “America First” interventionists.

FEE - 2017-05-26 - Original post - cached version

The problems are getting more intense. A new report shows that the whole program is unraveling very quickly. If some dramatic reform is not passed soon, premiums will continue to rise, options will dwindle, and access to health care will effectively shrink and dramatically so. This whole program...

FEE - 2017-05-26 - Original post - cached version

The latest political correctness outcry is a series of “white-owned appropriative restaurants” in Portland. But are white entrepreneurs really the culprits here, or is it a larger system of historic disadvantage that has created these differences in wealth? Which system should we rebel against...

FEE - 2017-05-26 - Original post - cached version

You’re going along, living your life, buried under blankets in your winter nest, until suddenly you realize: summer is coming. Like, next week. After strategic internet research for inspiration, your mental state switches from chestnuts roasting on an open fire to marshmallows toasting in the...

FEE - 2017-05-26 - Original post - cached version

Young inventors and entrepreneurs are using the open-source model to transform health care from the ground-up.

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

25 years of economic reform in India has transformed it from low-income to a middle-income country, but to become a high-income country, India needs a lot of reforms that don't seem to be happening yet. 

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

The cryptocurrency Ether just hit $200. Let me explain what has just happened and what that means.

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

The word amateur doesn’t get a lot of love these days. When we hear “amateur,” we think of a dabbler — someone unskilled and undisciplined who flutters from one hobby to another. The word amateur used to have a different meaning, though.

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

Even Hollywood understands that when it comes to social change, markets work better than government force. 

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

Historically, easy money and cheap credit have never produced good results. One would think that the 2008 credit crisis, whose effects have not quite withered away, would teach politicians, bankers, and consumers something about the causes of meltdowns. Think again.

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

Telemedicine is making health care much less burdensome for patients. When it comes to eye health, new phone apps are making it possible to avoid the doctor's office for simple things like prescription refills. This is a revolutionary new technology, or it will be if protectionist policies don't...

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

President Trump recently proclaimed, “No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly.” This might be another manifestation of our culture of victimhood but the New England Patriots have a strategy that Trump can use when times are tough.

FEE - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

The Thirteen Reasons’ portrait of how a stifling, bureaucratic system progressively cuts this teenage girl to pieces, eventually driving her to death, provides a dramatized, insightful reflection on (another) emerging lost generation.

 

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

Until recently, Australia has had a very troubled relationship with cryptocurrency. Back in 2014, they decided to allow double taxation, which caused several well-known operators to quit the country. Now, Australia has officially confirmed it will treat Bitcoin “just like money” from this year...

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

Somalia is on the verge of a catastrophic humanitarian crisis and it needs urgent assistance. However, donors should invest in long-term development projects instead of relying on typical, ineffective, forms of relief. 

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

Talented people logically want to express those talents in the marketplace. The good news is that they're getting that chance. Thanks to a surge of investor interest in Silicon Valley, companies like Google are, according to Farhad Manjoo of the New York Times, "funding the biggest, most world-...

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

CBO does not disclose its methods for scoring bills to the public, leaving policy makers and legislators at the mercy of their timing and expertise.

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

From Blockbuster employees to the men who removed horse carcasses from the streets of New York, we’ve seen creative destruction end jobs as unnecessary or unwanted products are replaced with new, better ones. But as surely as creative destruction will replace Uber with self-driving cars, we’ll...

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

I have become more and more uncomfortable with asking kids how they are doing in school. Not only does that send the message that yet another adult is defining them by their school performance, but also that doing well in school equates to learning. Which it doesn't.

 

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

Government does everything possible to rope people into the role of dependency. Whether it is student loans, Obamacare, or just guilt tripping us all to love the highways and glorious national defense we get for our tax dollars, we are supposed to feel forever on the hook, forever grateful and...

FEE - 2017-05-24 - Original post - cached version

In his video entitled, Nick Offerman's 'The Offerman Distillery', the actor attempts to open his own distillery but soon learns that the government requires an occupational permit in order to do so. Confused and irritated that opening a distillery is such a monstrous bureaucratic feat, Offerman...

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

The point is that if you over-prioritize loyalty, other essential goods get de-prioritized. And those other goods are far more important to sound public decision-making.

 

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

The UK's Labour Party, which has become radically left wing under Corbyn, has openly acknowledged that the Laffer Curve is real and that higher tax rates impose at least some damage. This is how we know we're making progress.

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

When certain groups win favors from politicians at the expense of everyone else, it is an especially harsh affront to the economic freedom of the poor. When policy drives prices up, especially in the case of commodities, the higher prices are most difficult for the poor, who are already...

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

Since 2008 scores of “self-managing social centers” have mushroomed across Greece, financed by private donations and the proceeds from regularly scheduled concerts, exhibitions and on-site bars, most of which are open to the public. There are now around 250 nationwide.

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

Amazon’s increase in market value from less than $500 million to more than $450 billion might be the most remarkable example of wealth creation and business success that has ever taken place in the history of the world. There's a reason that Amazon has been so successful: They treat their...

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

There is a very popular – and very first-world – narrative that is increasingly being passed around within the US commentariat about the "grave ill" supposedly infecting America: the decline of the working male. Back in reality, this alleged crisis simply isn't.

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

In a unanimous decision, the state Supreme Court ruled in favor of ridesharing by recognizing and upholding a state law that allows these companies to exist within Georgia. 

FEE - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

Bitcoin was blessed in its early days by government officials who figured it was going nowhere. Years went by while it thrived in an atmosphere of benign neglect. That was the source of its rising sophisticated and marketability. Bitcoin didn’t need government to become its champion; Bitcoin...

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

Bryan Caplan is a frequent contributor to FEE.org and a major intellectual force in both economics and political theory today. You can get a sense of his thought with this outstanding interview on the Rubin Report.  

 

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

For many highly-qualified individuals, who are experts in their fields, teaching in government schools is not a possibility. Lacking the proper teaching licensure, many knowledgeable and experienced individuals are prohibited from public school teaching. 

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

The city government informed its citizens that they don’t have a right to plant and maintain a garden in their own yards. Residents were appalled upon hearing this news. Naturally, they had thought that if they owned the property, they should be free to till the ground and grow food if they...

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

F.A. Hayek is smiling, or perhaps blushing, if news has trickled up to where all great Austrian economists go. The Legends Room Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas has created its own virtual currency, known as LGD.

 

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

Just as it was important for the Communist world to be continuously exposed to capitalist countries that got economics right, it is instructive for the capitalist world to be exposed to at least one country that gets its economics wrong, such as Venezuela.

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

There is only one sword for one ruler to make one law for the whole kingdom. Why is this? For most of recorded history, this was just presumed to be the right way. Do you ever stop and ask why? There is nothing about social organization that requires this to be true. Instead of handing out...

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

Socialists always claim that real socialism has never existed. Capitalists always claim the real capitalism has never existed. Are they right?

FEE - 2017-05-22 - Original post - cached version

While it’s true that water is a scarce resource, it is simply untrue that water is a precious resource. Potable water is sufficiently abundant today in most places where human beings live that it can be acquired at a low price. Indeed, given modern techniques for delivering and safely storing...

FEE - 2017-05-21 - Original post - cached version

Crossing the Congo: Over Land and Water in a Hard Place is book that chronicles a perilous 2013 drive across the Democratic Republic of Congo. We younger people in the West have no real sense of suffering, but this book gives us an idea of what real poverty and extreme corruption look like.

FEE - 2017-05-21 - Original post - cached version

Many questions naturally flow from the book of Job: what can we learn about the trials of Job? Is Job’s experience relevant to us today? How should we respond to difficulties – do we question our actions or do we stoically move forward?

FEE - 2017-05-21 - Original post - cached version

Imagine a libertarian fantasy world, where proponents of freedom decide the proper size and scope of government. Well, that fantasy world exists, sort of. It’s called Liberland.

 

FEE - 2017-05-20 - Original post - cached version

There’s an election next month in the United Kingdom, and it is widely expected that the Conservative Party, led by Theresa May, will win an overwhelming victory. But what difference will it make? 

FEE - 2017-05-20 - Original post - cached version

Games like Minecraft and Roblox give virtually unlimited play to the imagination, and they provide decentralized platforms on which people can build, divide, or conquer – or simply find a community of gamers with similar interests. The internet brings out the worst in us, but games like...

FEE - 2017-05-20 - Original post - cached version

Without the freedom to spend the fruits of our labor wherever we so choose, we cannot consider ourselves truly free. If millennials choose to buy avocado toast instead of a home, this is not only completely acceptable, it is exactly what makes the free market so wonderful; no one has to buy...

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

Should anyone be forced to accept representation from a private entity against his or her will? In the US, if a union gets at least 50 percent plus one of the workers in an enterprise to vote in favor of the union’s representation, then all workers must be represented by the union – even those...

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

Markets are great at solving the problems of allocating resources for useful things like bread, cars, and iPhones. But can the forces of supply and demand address the dynamic problem of invasive species?

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

I think of gun control as all those rules and regulations that are aimed at restricting access to guns. Gun control does not include safety regulations aimed at taking defective guns off the market, nor does it include laws that prohibit firearms to dangerous users, such as children or people...

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

It may be true that people who use drugs are being stupid. Or maybe immoral. But at least they're the only victims in the drug war, right?

Nope. You, the law-abiding taxpayers, are the victims too.

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

Everyone is talking about the recent auction of this piece of artwork that sold for an astonishing $110.5 million. True, we can't all afford to drop that kind of dough on wall-hangings but, now more than ever, people have the time and money to indulge in the arts.

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

Entrepreneurship doesn't just mean inventing something new. Sometimes it's when an entrepreneur looks at successful businesses and says, “I can put these together and make something new.” That's how cat cafés started, and they've spread across the world from Asia to Atlanta. So I went to see one...

FEE - 2017-05-19 - Original post - cached version

There can be no denying that theft of any manner is morally reprehensible, but when comparing the hackers' crime against the routine criminal acts committed by the state, there is hardly a difference between the two: except that hackers at least make the process of submitting to extortion as...

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