The case for antitrust action against Facebook is rife with contradictions.
In the scramble to drum up antitrust objections, critics invariably make two crucial mistakes.
The week of July 19, 2021: regulation, infrastructure, and other clickbait.
We should be careful that we don’t cede kingmaking power to the regulators.
Without the proper guardrails guiding the agency’s hand, there will likely be major losses for the competitive health of the American economy.
The blood-boiling excesses of woke corporations can and should be curbed. But there’s no need to destroy the American free-market system in the bargain.
In the case of Didi, the Party giveth and the Party taketh away.
Democrat appointees led by Khan have gutted a number of long-standing limits on regulation at the FTC.
The week of June 28, 2021: the global tax deal slouches on, inflation, infrastructure, and much, much more.
We should be wary of bold, brash, progressive ideas cloaked in conservative clothing.