Bob Higgs explains why Elizabeth Warren, Cass Sunstein, and the many other advocates of vast state power are wrong to argue that, even if some of the state’s functions are valuable, the state has an expansive claim – a claim defined by the whims of politics – on the assets of private citizens.

And here’s Bob on regime uncertainty.

David Henderson accuses Mitt Romney of being a mercantilist.  David is correct.

Peter Gordon (with an important link to Carpe Diem) on creative destruction.

Here’s Sheldon Richman on the “mobility gap.

Finally, my latest column in The Freeman.

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