APRIL 16, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
In the new mini-documentary Locked Out, Sean Malone shares the stories of microentrepreneurs fighting against artificial barriers to entry.
Don’t be horrified that someone might make money improving education
APRIL 03, 2014 by CATHY REISENWITZ
Misspent public education funding is a serious problem. But worrying that the profit motive will somehow make this worse ignores the solution--and all of the data.
MARCH 26, 2014 by JAMES C. W. AHIAKPOR
Adam Smith used labor as a measure of value rather than value's determinant. Karl Marx also did not use the quantity of labor employed in production as the determinant of market prices.
MARCH 12, 2014 by L.J. LANE
Political cartoonist L.J. Lane uses illustration and humor to explain why apocalypse predictions should be ignored.
MARCH 10, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Expensive television ads are the politicians' cowardly way of saying they don't want to make the tough decisions to actually fix New York's problems.
Brian LaSorsa responds to Casey Given on the Arizona bill and freedom of association
MARCH 10, 2014 by BRIAN LASORSA
Individual liberty doesn't aim to form a consensus on the "right" or "wrong" way to exercise a freedom; it merely acknowledges the virtue of that freedom's existence.
A young Indian reflects on the meaning of Rand on the anniversary of her death
MARCH 06, 2014 by SHANU ATHIPARAMBATH
Ayn Rand appeals to young people in collectivist societies because she told them the truth about their world.
You might not always agree with what we publish
MARCH 05, 2014 by THE FREEMAN
The Freeman is not a monolith. Nor is the Anything Peaceful blog that runs under the Freeman banner.
MARCH 04, 2014 by CASEY GIVEN
Libertarians should think twice before supporting laws that target specific groups, especially when good principles are used to mask questionable motives.