Thomas Sowell’s Escape from Socialism
Joe Carter, The Stream
Sowell thought his way into Marxism, then back out again into a vision of freedom.
How Failures Helped Lead to Success in New York’s War on Poverty
Linda Gibbs and Robert Doar, Washington Monthly
“You might say, why should we pay people for doing what they are supposed to do?” Bloomberg asked a crowd at the National Press Club in Washington, DC in August 2007. “I think it is a fair question.”
North Carolina’s Light Rail System A New Poster Boy For Cronyism
Greg Pulscher , Opportunity Lives
The contrast is striking: legislators on one hand force taxpayers to subsidize wildly expensive and inefficient light rail lines while imposing charges on wildly popular, affordable, and efficient transportation alternatives developed by free-market entrepreneurs.
Hayek in the Hill Country
Kevin D. Williamson, National Review
In Austin, a textbook case of arbitrary regulation and its costs.