Sorry, feminists, markets are NOT sexist

By: Felicia A. Cowley After years of abuse, the term “sexism” has become subjective to the point where it can be misconstrued in a variety of ways. In some cases, we’ve been told that sexism is being made worse by markets as producers of goods … [Read more...]

Week in Review: September 25 to October 1

In case you missed any of this week's articles, here is a round-up of some of the most read pieces written by the Economic Collapse News staff: Are You Ready for Some Politics? NFL ratings, attendance on the decline There’s Nothing Moral about … [Read more...]

6 random things for Friday (Mattel spies on kids, Trump tax plan, Crowder & Antifa)

News Story of the Day: it is downright terrifying to know how much the private sector is monitoring you - and we just let this happen. A great example is the Samsung smart television that is out of George Orwell's "1984." Well, they're at it … [Read more...]

War on Uber: London caves to the cabby monopoly

By: Ben Ramanauskas #LondonIsOpen is what you are likely to see branded on bus shelters and underground stations if you were to visit London. The slogan represents a major campaign launched by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan to show that London … [Read more...]

TD Bank: 90k Ontario jobs could be lost by 2020 amid $15 minimum wage

The Ontario government is raising the minimum wage to $15 in two years. As part of the scandal-plagued Liberals' efforts to attract more voters ahead of next year's provincial election, Queen's Park announced that it is hiking the minimum wage to … [Read more...]

Free speech wins! University of Missouri suffers lowest enrollment since 2008

The market has spoken...and it doesn't like the social justice craziness developing on college campuses. The University of Missouri, a post-secondary institution that became the epicenter of censorship, has recently welcomed its smallest number of … [Read more...]

There’s Nothing Moral about Opposing “Price-Gouging”

By: Christopher Westley Let’s face it. The economic case for “price gouging” is one for which economists have both a strong argument and minority view, relative to more popular narratives drilled onto the three-by-five card of acceptable … [Read more...]

Week in Review: September 18 to September 24

In case you missed any of this week's articles, here is a round-up of some of the most read pieces written by the Economic Collapse News staff: U.S. credit card delinquency rate jumps in August On the brink of recession? Money-supply growth falls … [Read more...]

Cronyism, regulation keeping thousands in Florida without power

By: Tho Bishop Almost two weeks have passed since Hurricane Irma made landfall in South Florida, yet tens of thousands remain without power. With temperatures regularly eclipsing over 90 degrees, these outages are not only a grave inconvenience for … [Read more...]

Week in Review: September 11 to September 17

In case you missed any of this week's articles, here is a round-up of some of the most read pieces written by the Economic Collapse News staff: Paging Robert Wenzel – Lauren Southern on ‘The Problem With Libertarians’ Study: Q2 2017 debt … [Read more...]