Frayda Levin speaks out against efforts in New Jersey to further price low-skilled workers out of jobs.

In this video, my GMU Econ colleague Dan Klein explores “Mere Libertarianism: Blending Hayek and Rothbard.”

In my latest Pittsburgh Tribune-Review column, I discuss the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 (“CARD”).

Jonathan Adler identifies in the reasoning of Slate‘s Dalhia Lithwick a flaw that is all too common in people discoursing on some legislation’s constitutionality.

Here’s Walter Olson on the myths and realities of “stand your ground” laws.

Here’s Nick Gillespie (with links to Vero de Rugy) discussing Paul Ryan’s “dessert first, spinach later, defense always” budget proposal.

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