The Lego corporation, popular producer of interlocking miniature toy bricks, has recently been making increased efforts to market its toys to girls. Some of these efforts have met with criticism from feminists, who worry about toys that are stereotypically “girly” in a way that reinforces traditional gender roles.
In a recent piece titled “Un-PC […]
In a post at Cafe Hayek this morning, Don Boudreaux cites his Mercatus colleague Ashley Schiller’s observation that Uber and the “sharing economy” more generally allow individuals to turn their consumption goods into capital goods as they wish to. Your car becomes a capital asset when you use it for Uber driving. This, Don points […]
In the spirit of Kevin V.s post, heres a sampling of left-libertarian opinion on the Obergefell ruling:
Sheldon Richman: The Libertarian Case for Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
Joe Szymanski: The Goal is Free Love
Thomas L. Knapp: […]
As has been widely reported, leaked draft language of the Trans-Pacific Partnership features expanded and more rigid protections for trademarks, copyrights, and patents, which raises the question of whether libertarians ought to support the trade agreement. While libertarianism includes a strong defense of free trade and trade liberalization generally, it is ambivalent on […]