Bud Light’s Sales Implosion, Explained (by Mises)
Bud Light was serving a boss other than its consumers, and it really shouldn’t have to
Jon Miltimore | May 30, 2023
Green Energy Has a Dirty Secret
Green activists’ obsession with EVs perpetuates the injustice they ostensibly want to abolish.
Connor Vasile | May 30, 2023
The Cure’s Fight for ‘Fair’ Ticket Prices Will Likely Backfire
A legendary '80s rock band is generously working to sell tickets below the market rate. But can it overcome the forces of the market?
Scott Drylie | May 23, 2023
The Moral Lesson in ‘Office Space’ Everyone Misses
Mike Judge’s hilarious 1999 comedy shows the danger of falling into “resentment traps” and reminds us of the importance of taking control of one's own life.
Jon Miltimore | May 16, 2023
Fed Expands its Span of Control over U.S. Banks
JPMorgan Chase Acquires First Republic Bank in Historic Bankruptcy
William F. Shughart II | May 16, 2023
America’s ‘Atlas Shrugged’ Moment Arrived, New IRS Data Show
It’s not just high taxes that are driving people out of cities. There are other costs—moral, social, and cultural—associated with spurning property rights and celebrating looting.
Jon Miltimore | May 8, 2023
Latin America’s Food Delivery Wars
Market competition drives delivery prices down, while government protectionism does the opposite for rideshare.
Scott Beyer | May 8, 2023
How to Make a Budget in Just a Few Easy Steps
It's easier than you'd think!
Peter Jacobsen | May 2, 2023
The Final Death Knell of German Nuclear Power
The country just shuttered its final remaining nuclear power plants
Paige Lambermont | April 25, 2023