In a remarkable confluence of common sense and establishment approval, Congress is likely to look favorably upon eliminating the U.S. oil export ban this fall.

The Saudis are caught in a pickle: Cut oil production and lose market share, or continue to pump until they're out of money.

Individual investors in China's stock markets are cannon fodder for insiders' manipulations, just as they are in the United States.

The Internet continues to drive the "sharing" economy while confounding statists who want to control it.

Colt, the iconic gun maker, had its opportunities to survive and prosper, but either didn't see them or decided not to seize them. To the nimble go the spoils.

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