government regulations
Mar 2018

You knew this was on the way, right?

Feb 2018

NYC blaming cab driver suicides on Uber

Jazz Shaw Feb 10, 2018 10:01 AM

Turning tragedy into travesty

But what will we serve for snacks now?

Jan 2018

Boston Mayor moves to cripple Airbnb in Beantown

Jazz Shaw Jan 23, 2018 9:21 AM

The gig economy taking another hit

When the government makes driving a crime, only criminals will drive cars

What never was and never will be

Dec 2017

If a tree falls in the forest but nobody from the New York Times reports it…

Oct 2017

There is no reason for regulations on big data

Taylor Millard Oct 23, 2017 8:01 AM

Free markets are just fine, even when mistakes happen.

The end of the war on coal?

Jazz Shaw Oct 10, 2017 9:21 AM

At least for a few years

The problem with “DO SOMETHING!”

Taylor Millard Oct 08, 2017 8:01 PM

Causing more problems, than solutions.

Sep 2017

Possibly more than you think… but still not much

Jul 2017

And I bet you can guess why

‘You need to keep better records of your crappy service’

A fisherman’s tale of fighting Uncle Sam

Jazz Shaw Jul 14, 2017 8:01 AM

The one that never gets away

May 2017

Plowshares to swords

Not applicable

Apr 2017

Putting drones on the sidewalks is no solution

And then depression set in… at the EPA

Jazz Shaw Apr 05, 2017 3:21 PM

The new sheriff is not popular with the locals

Feb 2017

This is new ground for a lot of these bureaucrats

Dec 2016

As promised, “environmental justice” will no longer be a thing

The catch is that it’s in England

Just what everyone’s been screaming for I’m sure

Nov 2016

A history of regulatory restraint

Oct 2016

Up in smokeless

The FDA is getting ready to squash cigar makers

Jazz Shaw Oct 04, 2016 12:01 PM

Do we really have an epidemic of kids smoking stogies now?

Aug 2016

Eye in the sky, but not very high

Ladies, please

No idea what you’re talking about

Jul 2016

Apparently it’s true

Jun 2016

We shouldn’t, but at least in theory we could

May 2016

Why do Democrats hate science?

Breaking: David beats Goliath

Hitting the road

Not a tobacco product

Apr 2016

A little government intrusion

Mar 2016

How the GOP failed the Rust Belt and let Trump rise

Taylor Millard Mar 28, 2016 8:41 PM

Regulations and taxes.

Go figure

Accidental censorship is still censorship.

Final authority

Feb 2016

Up in non-smoke

Cattle call

Betrayed by her own people… so sad