The government must clear a high bar before it may limit the right of Americans to vote, according to Cato Institute Chairman Bob Levy.
Are the new calls for gun control any different from the old ones? Cato Institute Chairman Robert A. Levy weighs in.
Rideshare services Uber and Lyft learn from regulators that they must comply with regulations or stop helping their customers. The two companies have effectively rejected regulators’ demands.
Should small crimes turn into bigger crimes for those unable to pay the fines or fees?
Are Americans free in spite of the Constitution?Related event: The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America
The High Court’s majority abdicated its duty to check the other branches of government.
What impact do immigrants have on the institutions of their new home countries?
Elections in the European Union have given authoritarian parties big wins.
From September 1989 to August 1991, Leszek Balcerowicz served as deputy prime minister and finance minister in Tadeusz Mazowiecki’s administration, which was Eastern Europe’s first noncommunist government since the end of World War II. He held those positions again from October 1997 to June 2000.
He was chief architect of the Balcerowicz Plan, a radical reform program that helped transform the Polish economy in the 1990s. He liberalized the prices of most consumer goods and initiated sound fiscal and monetary measures designed to balance the budget and end hyperinflation.
Chess champion Garry Kasparov delivered the keynote address at the Cato Institute’s biennial dinner for the Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty.
Balancing effective pain treatment for patients and obeying the law presents difficulties for physicians who receive precious little guidance from the feds.
Kevin and Rich Gates are fighting claims of fraud by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and they’re doing so in broad daylight.
It’s been sixty years since school-based racial segregation was rejected by the Supreme Court.
In his new book, No Place to Hide, Glenn Greenwald traces the discovery and extent of the massive surveillance apparatus constructed by the National Security Agency.
Lawsuits challenging Obamacare are once again reaching the nation’s highest courts.
Smoking is bad for you, but what about the guy next to you? And why are public health experts seemingly just as concerned about e-cigarettes as the real thing?
Reforming our system of copyrights is needed now more than ever.
Reining in certain NSA abuses is now closer to reality.
The technocratic approach to ending global poverty favored by development experts often strengthens authoritarian governments and neglects or undermines the preferences and personal choices of poor people.
If you want to know why so many Defense Department projects are behind schedule and over budget, follow the incentives.