crony capialism

Big Government Wants in Your (Spare) Bedroom

It’s very expensive to visit many cities in the United States. New York City is perhaps the most expensive, not only because of the finite space in such a densely populated city, but because of numerous taxes on lodging and regulations like rent control that artificially create lodging shortages.

The Ex-Im Bank and Crony Capitalism

My esteemed colleague Sallie James broke ground last summer with an excellent expose of the corporate welfare role played by the Export-Import Bank of the United States.  Until this past weekend, Sallie’s had been about the only analysis in the public domain to find the Ex-Im Bank’s activities unseemly, market-distorting, and anathema to free market capitalism.

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