Overzealous law enforcement has been a controversial issue in this country recently, from Ferguson to Baltimore, and now to Overton, Texas.
It was there that… 653 more words
Regulation is a common area of discord between libertarians and progressives, largely because they fear countervailing bogeymen. Libertarians see the corrupt hand of the government interfering in private affairs, whereas progressives see rapacious corporations run amok. 892 more words
Occupational licensing is a favorite libertarian punching bag. In certain cases, licensing boards seem to exist solely to protect the interests of the powerful – existing largely to erect barriers to entry that shut out competition from those without the resources to attain arbitrary credentials, all the while keeping artificially high the prices that consumers must pay. 1,631 more words
THIS WEEK’S DEBATE: DID THE NATS GET ENOUGH FOR TYLER CLIPPARD?
MARK ZUCKERMAN: Let me start by saying that I don’t think the Nationals got a bad return for Clippard. 731 more words
THIS WEEK’S DEBATE: WHICH CURRENT NATS MINOR LEAGUER WILL MAKE HIS MLB DEBUT IN 2015 AND HAVE THE BIGGEST IMPACT?
MARK ZUCKERMAN: This is always a fun one to debate, because there’s such a good chance of being completely wrong. 696 more words