Even as it loses a federal court case about censoring vanity plates, Rhode Island is stubbornly trying to cling to censoriousness by invoking concern for public decency.
There is perhaps no greater case that behavior-controlling regulations are unnecessary than the pandemic-driven quick and uneventful repeal of bans on …
Katherine Revello
The government is often jealous of alternative programs setup by citizens who've been failed by public services. It frequently invokes "concern for the…
Katherine Revello
Rather than stimulating economic growth, "Buy American" will backfire, driving up the price of goods and making the economy less robust by prioritizing…
Katherine Revello
Regulatory spending can kill people. The government doesn't talk about that when it talks about what it does for the public good. And it's unconscionab…
Katherine Revello
When the regulatory process is expensive and involves the arbitrary application of ambiguously worded statutes, don't be surprised at the dominance of …
Katherine Revello
The response of various states to the pandemic demonstrated that regulation is detrimental to business’ ability to respond quickly to disaster and is o…
Katherine Revello
From federalism to representation in Congress, America was designed to promote pluralism.
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