Monthly Archives: July 2010

U.S. society threatened by bureaucracy

Twenty years ago, I made my first trip to the USSR. I worked for a company that had a contract with the Soviet Ministry of Education to teach free market principles to business leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs. Over the following … Continue reading

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Brand inspectors locked in a time warp

I’m moving a horse to Wyoming to give to my son who lives there. If you don’t own horses, you probably aren’t aware that you can’t just take a horse from one state to another without proper documentation. One of … Continue reading

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