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Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal SystemPrivate Property
There's really no need to do legal gymnastics about religious freedom. A simple respect for property rights solves the problem of forced baking of gay-wedding cakes.
Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and Culture
Even the hard sciences are now expected to adjust reality itself to suit the demands of politicized university departments.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and Corporatism
Government loves to set up "public-private partnerships" for the benefit of both government and certain favored businesses.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismProtectionism and Free Trade
Some special interest groups don't want customers to even have the option of buying other products.
Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal Economy
The first thing to remember is that monetary chaos is not primarily “international” at all. It exists basically within each nation.
Bureaucracy and Regulation
Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, even changed the definition of assault rifle to fit pro-gun control talking points.
Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending
Once a government bureaucracy has been set up to do any job whatever, it will find endless excuses for expanding, prolonging, or perpetuating that job.
Bureaucracy and RegulationHealthTaxes and Spending
The median waiting time for patients in Canada from referral by a practitioner, to consultation with a specialist, to date of treatment, was 21.2 weeks in 2017.
Bureaucracy and RegulationValue and Exchange
If the "pay gap" narrative were true, "greedy" employers would hire more women to get the same work done at lower wages.
Noah Smith has written yet another "popular" column challenging established economics assumptions. But he's really only appealing to his reader's established biases.