The Great Blueberry Bailout

What comes to mind when you think about Maine? Well, a lot of things actually, but the answer I’m looking for is blueberries. The tiny, indigo-colored berries are the state’s […]

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The $1.6 Billion Eyesore

The Ivanpah solar plant in the Mojave Desert is yet another example of what happens when the federal government interferes in the free market by subsidizing, or rather, artificially selecting […]

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We Should Have Been Farmers

“The mark of a healthy, dynamic market is having new firms constantly challenge the business models of old firms. Without this creative destruction, economies fail to serve consumer desires and […]

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