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“Libertarianism Has Won Over the Supreme Court Conservatives”

Ilya Shapiro
July 30, 2013

In this posting at CATO @ Liberty, Shapiro asserts that despite recent decisions from the Supreme Court, it is not becoming more libertarian per se, though there have been some libertarian decision

How to Make the Government Behave

Richard W. Rahn
July 23, 2013

This article at CATO that also appeared in Washington Times on July 23, 2013, makes the case that

Textile Protectionism in the Trans-Pacific Partnership

July 23, 2013

This article and commentary, which appeared in Forbes on July 23, 2013, notes:

Reforming Texas Electricity Markets

Andrew N. Kleit, Robert J. Michaels
July 8, 2013
In the United States and around the world, electricity restructuring is converting regulated monopolies into marke

The Need for Retrospective Review of Regulations

Sam Batkins, Ike Brannon
July 8, 2013
No task in government is as Sisyphean as trying to stop bad regulatory ideas from becoming law.

How Much of Food Activism Is Nonsense?

July 8, 2013
There are plenty of people out there telling us what we should eat—and worse, trying to use public policy to make

The Minimum Wage Is Cruelest to Those Who Can’t Find a Job

James A. Dorn
July 22, 2013

In this article that also appeared in on July 22, 2013, Dorn writes a Commentary:

Teachers Union Poll Is Not Credible

Jason Bedrick
July 23, 2013

In this post at CATO @ Liberty, the author notes,

Immigration Reform Is Not Amnesty

Alex Nowrasteh
July 23, 2013

In this examination of immigration reform at CATO @ Liberty, the authors asserts that the reform bill is not an manesty bill.

A Big, Tiny Deal on Student Loans

Neal Mccluskey
July 18, 2013

In this post at CATO @ Liberty, the authors contends that, 

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