John Deere's Weird Idea of 'Ownership'
By Philippe Gastonne     
Property rights are the cornerstone of a free society. They were already under attack long before John Deere started computerizing farm tractors. Usually the attackers are from some level of government, but large corporations are joining the fun. It's official: John Deere and General Motors want to eviscerate the notion of ownership. Sure, we pay for their vehicles. But we don't own them. Not according to their corporate lawyers, anyway. In a particularly spectacular display of corporate ...
The Myth of Global Gluts and the Reality of Market Change
Editorial by Richard Ebeling     
You may not have noticed it when out buying things in the marketplace in the context of your personal budget, but according to the Wall ...
Drugs, Sex and Law Enforcement
Staff News & Analysis     
We have to agree with Mr. Adler on one point. Replacing Administrator Leonhart with an animated Canadian Mountie would be a disservice to ...