People in economically free countries are happier than people in less free countries. This is measured directly through the increased feeling of freedom and control over life that citizens of economically free nations enjoy as well as indirectly through increased income that improves general health and well-being levels.
You work one day a week solely to pay taxes.
Worried about the nutrition facts for your favorite breath-freshening candy? The FDA is.
Bake sales let kids indulge a little bit while learning entrepreneurship. So what’s the big problem?
Private citizen builds toll road when government fails.
In the Big Apple, the Taxi and Limousine Commission can seize the car of anyone it suspects of driving an illegal cab.
Two boxes of a popular over-the-counter decongestant can get you arrested.
Joshua Hall’s (ed.) “Homer Economicus” makes the unlikely connection between economics and “The Simpsons.”
What the United States’ haggis ban can teach us about the workings of government.
The “tiny house” movement is using creative ways to get around regulations.
The NYPD is looking to turn the city that never sleeps into the city that never dances—on subways, that is.