Gary Wolfram

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Judicial Activism and Central Planning

The Ninth Circuit Court recently set forth a ruling on an interesting case involving arbitration clauses in contracts. A couple received two complimentary cell phones from AT&T as part of a bundled-service contract but were charged $30.22 in sales tax

Why Be Optimistic about the Future?

The U.S. economy is on the mend and has been for some time. The reason is that, as Marx acknowledged in The Communist Manifesto, the capitalist system is an engine of powerful forces. Market capitalism, true capitalism and not big

Health Care, Hayek and Freedom

“The constitution was thus conceived as a protection of the people against all arbitrary action, on the part of the legislative as well as the other branches of government. A constitution which in such manner is to limit government must

Do We Need a National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform?

The President’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform is what everyone really knows it is–a bipartisan group of former and current political elites that will listen to hours of testimony by a select group of witnesses in order to