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Taming the Cyberlibertarians

Jim Harper New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made some interesting rhetorical choices in a New York Times op-ed yesterday taking after share economy leaders AirBnB and Uber . The challenge they present to outdated regulation leads him ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 3 hours ago]
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Counting the Wrong Winners and Losers

K. William Watson Debates about trade liberalization often focus on identifying the winners and losers of increased openness to foreign competition.  Protectionists regale us with sad stories of closed factories, and free traders point to lower prices ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
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Liberalizing Investment in Cuba

Simon Lester I’m no Cuba expert, but I have followed the events of recent years with interest. It seems that there have been tentative steps towards liberalizing the Cuban economy, as well as slightly better economic relations between the United States ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
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It's Constitutional for Voters to Stop Their Government from Discriminating Based on Race

Ilya Shapiro Today the Supreme Court finally ruled on Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, in which Cato filed a brief last summer. This is the case involving a challenge to a voter-approved Michigan state constitutional amendment ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 23 hours ago]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Justice Scalia on Anonymous 911 Tipsters

Tim Lynch Today, the Supreme Court decided Prado Navarette v. California , a Fourth Amendment search case.  The Fourth Amendment limits the government’s power to stop and search people and the question in this case was whether the police overstepped ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Central Africa’s Spreading Religious War

Doug Bandow Although the Middle East is most known for religious conflict, sectarian violence is spreading ominously across Africa.  The only good news is that so far the conflicts appear to be national rather than regional.  Sudan long has suffered ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Gas Prices Are Pinching Again, and You Can Thank U.S. Trade Policy For Some of the Pain

Scott Lincicome The summer driving season is still weeks away, but rising U.S. gas prices are already back in the news.  Last week, the average price for regular gasoline at U.S. gas stations hit $3.6918 a gallon – the highest since March 22, 2013 ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Washington Should Focus on Protecting Americans, Not Reassuring Allies

Doug Bandow The United States is busy in the world, but no function seems more important than acting as the world’s universal comforter, constantly “reassuring” friends and allies no matter the location. For instance, after Russia’s annexation of Crimea, ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

Chinese Company 3-D Prints a House for $4,800

Marian L. Tupy To paraphrase Lord Peter Bauer, the first recipient of the Milton Friedman prize, each child comes to this world not only with an empty belly, but also with a brain. Put differently, people are not parasites living off finite resources ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated Apr 22 2014 - 1 reports

More Drinking Hours, Fewer Accidents

Jeffrey Miron Does restricting access to alcohol reduce traffic accidents? Not necessarily, according to a recent study by economists from the University of Lancaster:  Recent legislation liberalised closing times with the object of reducing social ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

BLM vs. the Nevada Rancher

Chris Edwards The battle between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) might be viewed as an overly aggressive federal bureaucracy enforcing misguided environmental regulations vs. an oppressed individual and his overly ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Freedom of Association in the Docket

Roger Pilon I’ve got a piece just up at the Daily Caller , drawing on two brief stories earlier today that capture nicely the growing intolerance of the Left for people and groups holding views with which they disagree. One arises from a decision ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]

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Taming the Cyberlibertarians [Published Cato @ Liberty - 3 hours ago]
Counting the Wrong Winners and Losers [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
Liberalizing Investment in Cuba [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
It's Constitutional for Voters to Stop Their Go... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 23 hours ago]
Justice Scalia on Anonymous 911 Tipsters [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
Central Africa’s Spreading Religious War [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
Gas Prices Are Pinching Again, and You Can Than... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
Chinese Company 3-D Prints a House for $4,800 [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
Washington Should Focus on Protecting Americans... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
More Drinking Hours, Fewer Accidents [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
BLM vs. the Nevada Rancher [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
Freedom of Association in the Docket [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
Federal Judge Says Thousands of Innocent Americ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
California Shouldn't Be Able to Impose Regulati... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
Should Companies Do What’s Best for Government,... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
Why Worry About Conspiracy When Incompetence Wi... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
Virginia Is for Gay Lovers Too! [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 21 2014]
TV Broadcasters Should Have Same Rights As Ever... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 18 2014]
Copyright on the (Cato) Docket May 7th [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 18 2014]
Judge Rebukes Labor Department Over Shoddy Case [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 17 2014]
Making an International Deal: Iran Should Stop ... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 17 2014]
The Zombie National ID [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 16 2014]
Washington’s Inconsistent Stance on Territorial... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 16 2014]
No Honor Among Cronies: Maryland's House of Car... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 16 2014]
Kathleen Sebelius Sticks American People With H... [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 15 2014]
Your Freedom Is Someone Else's Hell [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 15 2014]
Revisiting Central Clearing for Derivatives [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 14 2014]
Migrating for Marijuana [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 14 2014]
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Taming the Cyberlibertarians [Published Cato @ Liberty - 3 hours ago]
Jim Harper New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made some interesting rhetorical choices in a New York Times op-ed yesterday taking after share economy leaders AirBnB and Uber . The challenge they present to outdated regulation leads him ...
Counting the Wrong Winners and Losers [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
K. William Watson Debates about trade liberalization often focus on identifying the winners and losers of increased openness to foreign competition.  Protectionists regale us with sad stories of closed factories, and free traders point to lower prices ...
Liberalizing Investment in Cuba [Published Cato @ Liberty - 4 hours ago]
Simon Lester I’m no Cuba expert, but I have followed the events of recent years with interest. It seems that there have been tentative steps towards liberalizing the Cuban economy, as well as slightly better economic relations between the United States ...
It's Constitutional for Voters to Stop Their Go... [Published Cato @ Liberty - 23 hours ago]
Ilya Shapiro Today the Supreme Court finally ruled on Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, in which Cato filed a brief last summer. This is the case involving a challenge to a voter-approved Michigan state constitutional amendment ...
Justice Scalia on Anonymous 911 Tipsters [Published Cato @ Liberty - Apr 22 2014]
Tim Lynch Today, the Supreme Court decided Prado Navarette v. California , a Fourth Amendment search case.  The Fourth Amendment limits the government’s power to stop and search people and the question in this case was whether the police overstepped ...
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