The Administrative State & Its Discontents

A paper in fulfillment of The U.S. Presidency, Congress & Bureaucracy at American Public University as part of the Master's in Political Science (Public Policy). Abstract American constitutional government has long been threatened by an ever-expanding federal bureaucracy known as the administrative state.  This paper addresses the historical and ideological roots of the administrative state, … Continue reading The Administrative State & Its Discontents

What Mises, Hazlitt, and Sowell Have to Say About Sanders’s National Rent Control

On the Bernie Sanders website, the following is listed under the section for Housing for All: Key Points End the housing crisis by investing $2.5 trillion to build nearly 10 million permanently affordable housing units.Protect tenants by implementing a national rent control standard, a “just-cause” requirement for evictions, and ensuring the right to counsel in … Continue reading What Mises, Hazlitt, and Sowell Have to Say About Sanders’s National Rent Control