Sports betting laws represent the worst of the nanny state

October 11, 2017 Editor 0

Gerard Scimeca It’s nice to know that, unlike the good people of Minnetonka, Minn., I can drive a muddy car without running afoul of the law. Or that unlike for citizens of Alaska, it’s not

When the government plays referee in a competitive market

September 20, 2017 Editor 0

Matthew Kandrach Whether intentional or not, a lot of President Trump’s rhetoric on trade, both as a candidate and since, has rekindled in some pundits a teary-eyed nostalgia for protectionism. Odes to America’s working class,

New regs threaten to send shipping off the rails

September 14, 2017 Editor 0

Matthew Kandrach, The Washington Examiner: Here’s a fun fact: The U.S. freight rail network – 140,000 miles fully maintained by private operators that save taxpayers billions — accounts for 40 percent of all freight moved