Did you notice the historical significance of this past Sunday?
Yes, it was Mother's Day, and yes, it was the 60th anniversary of V-E Day ("Victory in Europe"), but it was also the 106th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Hayek. He is one of the world's greatest economists. These days, while Hayek is mostly remembered for his destruction of socialist hokum in his seminal work "The Road......Full article >>>
asy for the Midwest to again be tarred with the charge of being technologically backward.
The "war" people are talking and writing about is between municipalities on one side and telecommunications and (surprise!) cable companies in an uneasy alliance on the other side. They are joined by interested parties on both sides who sometimes voice their arguments even more loudly than the princi......Full article >>>
cognize a couple very limited situations where government intervention might
promote efficiency or equity greater than the free market.
Though there isn't enough space in this column to lay out a tutorial, these include natural monopolies (such as fire protection), public goods (national defense) and a truly common resource (fish in the ocean). Can a case be made for municipal wire......Full article >>>
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