Why Entrepreneurs Should Care About Reforming the Endangered Species Act

mmMichael McGrady

Is protecting every Utah prairie dog more important than building new homes and businesses, or preventing infestation cemeteries and airports?... read more >

Is Government Regulation of Butter for Safety or to Destroy Competition?

Kristin Tate

Is government regulation of butter to keep consumers safe? Or is there another incentive at play? Kristin Tate explains in this video for Capitalism.com.... read more >

How Government Wastes Your Tax Dollars Trying to Collect Student Loan Debt

Kristin Tate

The student loan debt business is a lucrative one, and debt collectors aggressively angle for new business from the feds.... read more >

Restore Internet Freedom Measure would Deregulate the Internet, Spur Economic Growth

mmMatthew Boyer

Restore Internet Freedom would repeal the 2015 Open Internet Order (OIO). Since OIO, network infrastructure investment has plummeted.... read more >

Six Arguments Against Government Regulations

mmTom Lehman

Critics of government regulations usually argue that they are too costly relative to their benefits. Here are six arguments against government regulations.... read more >

How Government Enables College Tuition Hikes, Student Loan Debt

Kristin Tate

As usual, a government program that started with good intentions has done more harm than good. Student loan debt is a huge problem.... read more >

Why the U.S. Tax Code Must Be Cut Down to Size

mmSean Themea

The U.S. Tax Code is 75,000 pages and four million words long. It’s too big. It’s too complicated. It creates waste and prevents prosperity.... read more >

How to Solve the Skilled Labor Shortage Problem

Kristin Tate

There are many industries suffering in the country because of a lack of skilled labor. Kristin Tate breaks it down for Capitalism.com.... read more >

I Just Paid Trump $300,000 in Taxes, Which is About Half of My Tax Burden for the Year

mmRyan Moran

Some of you might be thinking, "Awe, poor white, privileged entrepreneur claiming that he pays too much taxes." Let me explain something to you.... read more >