Robert Bork Was the Judicial Activist He Warned Us About
His re-interpretation of predatory pricing and antitrust laws set the stage for a generation of harmful mergers.
Gougers ‘R’ Us: How Private Equity is Gobbling Up Medical Care
This is where you get all those surprise bills (and lower quality care)—whether it be for ambulance rides, ER visits or funerals.
A Rebirth of Indie Pharmacies Could Cure Rural Ills
They are still rare, but an oasis for patients horribly neglected by the government-coddled Rx chains.
Fleeced by the Telecoms and Your State is Blessing It
You may live in a place where the monopolies' lobbyists have more authority than your local government.
Is the NCAA’s Abusive Wage Cartel Finally Going Down?
College athletes can't earn a dime while they deliver millions to their schools. It's called a monopsony, and it's cracking.