Ideas and Consequences
MARCH 17, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Cicero almost single-handedly staved off the destruction of the Roman Republic, even in the face of assured destruction. That makes him a hero.
Statism can be summed up and slapped on the back of a car. Can the freedom philosophy?
FEBRUARY 17, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
"Long Run, All People" should be a battle cry of those who embrace liberty.
Some of us just write about libertarian ideas. This guy actually made them public policy for millions.
FEBRUARY 10, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Progressives don't like to talk about Hong Kong because it's not only the freest economy, but also one of the richest.
FEBRUARY 03, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
How much thinking is actually behind calls to raise the minimum wage? Probably less than Congress would like you to think.
JANUARY 08, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Rome wasn't destroyed in a day; its liberties eroded as the republic became an empire and the populace sought handouts.
DECEMBER 26, 2013 by LAWRENCE W. REED
On the eve of the Battle of Trenton, December 26, 1776, Thomas Paine offered encouragement to his countrymen. We would do well to take his words to heart today, especially when it seems that liberty is having a rough time of it.
An alternative to the FDA system
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Right now, decisions about medical treatments are made by bureaucrats far from the patients and physicians closest to the problems. This system costs lives, but satisfies FDA incentives. A new book lays out a way to fix this--now.