FTC finds no evidence of illegal activity after investigation of Western New York gasoline prices

Michael Giberson Apparently you just have to know who to ask. Yesterday, the FTC sent me a copy of the FTC letter to Representative Brian Higgins describing the agency’s investigation of Western New York gasoline prices last fall. (For background see this earlier post and here.) Be aware that here begins a very long post … More FTC finds no evidence of illegal activity after investigation of Western New York gasoline prices

Endangered species for sale, for their own good and ours

Lynne Kiesling At Aguanomics, David Zetland takes on a topic that I find greatly interesting and important — using private property rights to conserve endangered species, reduce poaching, and enable indigenous communities who live around such animals to thrive without species extinction as a consequence. In fact, one of my first-ever posts back in 2002 … More Endangered species for sale, for their own good and ours