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Why Sam Bankman-Fried Sounded Like a Rand Villain
Sam Bankman-Fried, unlike James Taggart, is not an idiot. He knew his altruism was phony.
Jon Miltimore | November 24, 2022
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Why FTC’s Data Privacy Rulemaking Is Probably Unconstitutional
The recent regulatory agenda as articulated by the FTC is likely beyond the scope of its congressional mandate
Leslie Corbly | November 15, 2022
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Who Authorized the DHS to Police Online Speech?
Newly published documents obtained by the Intercept show the US government is actively shaping online discourse and policing speech. This invites a question: when did congress authorize that??
Jon Miltimore | November 15, 2022
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Privacy in Social Media: The Paradox Doesn’t Exist
True privacy is hard to come by today
April Liu | November 7, 2022
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Can Granny Flats Make California Affordable?
Thousands of people want to build and rent homes in California, will this loophole help?
Laura Williams | November 5, 2022
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An Intro to Politics for the Politically Clueless
If you have always felt somewhat lost on the political landscape, this primer is for you
Patrick Carroll | November 1, 2022
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History’s First Libertarian?
The Chinese philosopher Zhuang Zhou was articulating Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand’ two thousand years before 'The Wealth of Nations.'
Jon Miltimore | October 25, 2022
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Two Cheers for Approval of New OC Desalination Plant
California should put an end to the Coastal Commission
K. Lloyd Billingsley | October 22, 2022
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Bernanke’s Nobel Effect
The prize has been tainted by a backwards understanding the Great Depression and its causes
Alvaro Vargas Llosa | October 21, 2022