Oren Cass advocates for changing the underlying conditions so that the market can achieve more auspicious outcomes for working families.
Tucker fails to reconcile his diatribe against the free market with the incontrovertible truth that capitalism has been the most formidable poverty-reducing mechanism the world has ever known.
While certain achievements of Nordic countries undeniably demonstrate success, a further examination reveals that the prosperity attained in this region is largely attributable to Nordic culture and free market policies, and has very little to do with socialistic initiatives.
Inadequacies in healthcare are largely the fault of the increasing regulatory apparatus. Undoing these interventions would result in higher-quality insurance and lower costs.
Artificial barriers designed to stifle supply explain a large part of our underwhelming health care system.
Just like climate change, certain regulatory mandates and taxes have demonstrable consequences, perhaps more severe than the problem itself.