John Tamny joins Federalist Radio to explain credit, markets, and how Uber’s pricing is the exact opposite of the Fed.
The story of how Uber and Lyft were driven out of Austin is a textbook example of how government-backed cartels force out competition under the guise of creating a “level playing field” or ensuring “consumer safety.”
Uber is quickly expanding in New York’s low-income neighborhoods, meeting the needs of poor people far better than taxis have.
William F. Buckley’s 50 year-old memoir, The Unmaking of a Mayor, has a lot to teach us about the current political moment.
People don’t deserve to be millionaires because they can get government to let them pick people’s pockets.
President Obama’s Worker’s Voice Summit focused on archaic employment ideas instead of the innovations that are creating and improving jobs.
Ride-sharing company Uber isn’t about ripping off customers.
Thanks to Uber, one of the most common forms of regulations is being dismantled before our eyes, and it’s the hippest thing ever.
By the time regulators force Uber to provide generous benefits to its drivers, there just might be no Uber drivers left.
Since automation trends are primarily government-driven, non-elites who vote for progressive candidates are going to have an increasingly tough time.
With the Labor Force Participation Rate at its lowest levels in decades, are we destined to become a nation of Uber drivers?
Companies like Uber think they’re disrupting economic systems, but they’re really disrupting a political system.
Women in New York City have access to safe, reliable rides home for a few months longer.
Hillary Clinton’s on board with strangling the burgeoning gig economy. You wouldn’t know that by reading news reports on that very topic, though.
Politicians should welcome Uber, a creative ride-sharing service that enables women to be more safe and self-reliant.
You won’t believe what’s happening because French taxi drivers don’t want competition from ride-sharing company Uber. For starters, they’re clubbing drivers and burning cars. With official support.
Hillary Clinton unveils her economic plan with the equivalent of an AOL dialup screech.
Ben Speaks With Melissa Quinn of The Daily Signal About The Dangerous Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws.
It’s time for state lawmakers to open education to the mix-and-match customizability of the Information Age.
Social media users felt helpless in the face of Sydney’s hostage crisis. They returned to more comforting territory: getting mad at Uber and the free market.
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