Phoenix Neurologist Charged Selling Bitcoin Without a License

When the U.S Treasury Department declared in March 2013 that exchangers and administrators of virtual currencies like Bitcoin were “money service businesses” subject to regulation under the Bank Secrecy Act, Reason‘s Brian Doherty issued a prescient warning. “What the government cannot stop (and Continue reading Phoenix Neurologist Charged Selling Bitcoin Without a License

Increase Dental Access and Affordability for Arizonans: Dental tourism shows need for reform – The Arizona Republic

Dental tourism shows need for reform Border crossings are a hot topic in American politics right now. But a different kind of border crossing has received far less attention. Arizonans are crossing into Mexico in droves to access dental care Continue reading Increase Dental Access and Affordability for Arizonans: Dental tourism shows need for reform – The Arizona Republic

Telemedicine, Cheaper Better Medicine BUT Big Business is Actively attempting to Suppress Technologies

Telemedicine – the practice of remotely diagnosing and treating patients through telecommunications – is revolutionizing the healthcare industry and eliminating burdensome costs and inconvenient appointments from customers’ lives in the process. When it comes to ocular telemedicine, this means allowing Continue reading Telemedicine, Cheaper Better Medicine BUT Big Business is Actively attempting to Suppress Technologies

Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy: “Economic Equality Is an Immoral Ideal” by Yaron Brook

An article by Yaron Brook, “Economic Equality Is an Immoral Ideal,” has been published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. The article is based upon remarks made at the Federalist Society’s National Student Symposium, held at the Continue reading Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy: “Economic Equality Is an Immoral Ideal” by Yaron Brook

Airbnb, A cheaper, More Convenient Service Disrupting a Traditional Competitor: Hotels

Over the last few weeks, the underground war between home-sharing startup Airbnb and the hotel industry has bubbled to the surface. The New York Times revealed that hotel lobbying groups played a role in two major regulatory roadblocks for Airbnb: Continue reading Airbnb, A cheaper, More Convenient Service Disrupting a Traditional Competitor: Hotels

Anti-Competitive Regulatory Pressure on Uber and Sharing Economy: Attacks Self-Employment

Predictable anti-competitive whingeing is difficult to disentangle from the increasingly prominent claim that Uber drivers, like others in the gig economy, are being exploited (Source: Getty) Regulatory pressure on Uber is mounting, and it’s not a good thing. Last week Continue reading Anti-Competitive Regulatory Pressure on Uber and Sharing Economy: Attacks Self-Employment