Cato Daily Podcast
Congress Chooses Mandates over Markets to Control Medical Costs (Again)
Lowering costs for critical medical needs like insulin needn't be more mandates piled atop other mandates. Cato's Michael Cannon explains.
The Vaccine Mandate Cases in Retrospect
The vaccine mandate cases handled by the Supreme Court earlier this year deserve discussion for their implications for emergency powers going forward. Ilya Somin parsed the cases at Cato's Constitution Day event.
Another Take on West Virginia v. EPA
While reining in the administrative state is a worthy goal, Jonathan Adler is not impressed with the reasoning and doctrine of West Virginia v. EPA. He spoke at the Cato Institute's Constitution Day festivities.
Sourcing Flatware, Footwear, and Other Vital National Security Issues
The sourcing decisions for some pretty strange products are presented as vital national security matters by straight-faced members of Congress. Colin Grabow takes down some of the most galling justifications for limiting consumer choices.