In cities like Denver, the regulatory overlords have become needlessly tough on homeowners who rent out second properties as Airbnbs.
In another year, finding 21 Democrats willing to support pro-Israel legislation should have been a cakewalk. However, 2019 is not any old year.
We decry as oppressive a one-size-fits-all approach to almost everything else in life. Why insist we apply such a standard for our employment?
Any scheme that lures you to accumulate debt on top of current debt is not simply a lifestyle choice. It’s a moral choice.
What does it say about modern life that Loftium could have stumbled onto a successful business model? Should people move into homes they couldn’t otherwise afford?
Jared Meyer discusses how states can step up to save their cities from the policies barring innovation on this episode of Federalist Radio.
In a supremely arrogant act of needless virtue-signaling, the short-term-rental website has banned people with religiously or scientifically informed views about human sexuality.
New York’s attempt to regulate Airbnb would rob middle-class residents of financial opportunity.
Politicians still fight tooth and nail to protect the last millennium’s economic status quo.
Companies like Uber think they’re disrupting economic systems, but they’re really disrupting a political system.
Hillary Clinton unveils her economic plan with the equivalent of an AOL dialup screech.
A new poll depicts a politically confused Millennial generation that favors whatever cocktail of big- and small-government that gets them the most stuff.
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