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Big GovernmentU.S. Economy
In response to new mandated wage hikes, restaurant owners are likely to raise prices, cut waiter jobs, and move toward less reliance on labor.
Big GovernmentLegal SystemInterventionismPolitical Theory
Donald Trump has some troubles with labor unions. Fortunately for him, the NLRB may soon look very different.
Big GovernmentFree MarketsMedia and CultureAustrian Economics Overview
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from everyone at the Mises Institute.
The War on Gambling is about as moral as the War on Drugs.
Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareTaxes and Spending
Promises of tax relief are rarely genuine, and when they are, there are almost always hidden costs in the form of increased political entrepreneurship and the expansion of regulation.
As more states consider legalizing online gambling, Republican Senators look for a new Federal ban.
Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
No matter how hard it may be to avoid debating politics with family, be thankful that at least the holiday itself is no longer marred by partisanship.
Big GovernmentInterventionismMoney and Banking
The global war on cash is remarkably well coordinated. The Anti-Cash Axis eyes Australia next.
The cabinets come and go, but the bureaus remain.
The Republican Congress considers eliminating the ban on earmarks now that they control the White House.