Why We Should Let Bad Banks Fail
Bad banks need consequences. Let them fail.
Peter Jacobsen | March 14, 2023
“Zona Francas”: A Step Towards Latin American Freedom
The region’s trade-focused SEZs should take a further step and deregulate land use.
Scott Beyer | March 6, 2023
How the AI Wars Are Proving That Google Isn’t a Monopoly
If Google is really a monopoly, why would investors be worried about a competitor developing a new product?
Danny Duchamp | February 28, 2023
Latin America: A Transit Success Story
Cities there have systems that are more innovative, efficient and well-used than the U.S.
Scott Beyer | February 27, 2023
SBF, the FTX “Crypto Messiah”
Everyone was under the spell of the crypto messiah, but none of the star-studded multimillionaire investors bothered to conduct any due diligence
Francis Crescia | February 9, 2023
Forced to Dump 30,000 Liters of Milk—as Dairy Prices Surge
Canadian dairy farmer Jerry Huigen explains why he’s heartbroken to dump 30,000 liters of milk amid surging dairy prices.
Jon Miltimore | February 7, 2023
Panama City’s Success: A Product of Trade and Liberalization
The city's success is a testament to free markets and openness to trade
Scott Beyer | February 6, 2023
Farmer’s $370k Property Seized to Cover a $60k Tax Debt
Home equity theft is a much bigger problem than many realize.
Patrick Carroll | January 31, 2023
Honduras’ Charter City Experiment
The ZEDE law passed by the impoverished Central American nation can become a model for the charter city movement, but only if not upended by a hostile government.
Scott Beyer | January 30, 2023