I have grown to appreciate the sentiment behind Earth Day, and environmentalism generally, a bit more as I’ve gotten older and become a property owner, with kids and a mortgage and a yard.
If tech regulations are not carefully constructed, they could reduce quality for consumers, fail to encourage competition, and prove a bigger burden to startups than established behemoths.
The justices shouldn’t extend law enforcement’s reach beyond our borders. More importantly, Congress needs to update a 30-year-old law for the digital age.
After Edith Macias ripped the hat off a fellow student’s head, she brought it to the student life offices, expecting its owner to be punished.
If President Trump wishes to keep his promises to help low-income Americans escape poverty, he should instruct his administration to jettison, rather than expand, non-criminal asset forfeiture.
The Trump administration came into office promising to respect states and drain the swamp. This decision does neither.
The press release for a new poll makes the welcome claim that ‘Vast, Silent Majority of Millennials Overwhelmingly Support Religious and Social Freedoms.’ Alas, the results are more complicated.
Possible allies and popular issues are always potential targets of Trump’s shoot-from-the-hip style.
When I knew I would be heading to Kentucky, the gateway to the South, experiencing the freedom of shooting was near the top of this Brit’s ‘do list.’
After reading Naomi Riley’s ‘The New Trail of Tears,’ one wonders: How many more American Indians have to be beaten, raped, and burned before we are ready to talk about why?
New York’s attempt to regulate Airbnb would rob middle-class residents of financial opportunity.
The lesson from Apple’s China problem is that sharing your intellectual property in exchange for market entry is signing your company’s death certificate.
The ever-increasing popularity of streaming services like Spotify speaks volumes about the changing view in American society toward the meaning of ownership.
After the Supreme Court allowed governments to take anyone’s property for just about any reason, lawmakers pretended to fix the problem. It’s still there.
New data demonstrates how big-government policies simultaneously raise housing costs for the poor and commuter headaches for the middle class.
Wealth inequality? Blame local government, whose meddling in property rights causes artificial scarcity in housing
Our society tells three broad narratives about what it means to be free: federalism, property, and liberation. Each has its flaws.
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