‘Regulations’ Archive

Reno vs. Sirico: A Debate on Economic Justice November 22, 2017 No Comments

I rarely link to videos, much less watch them myself.  But this one I actually did.  It contains a debate between two scholars on economic justice, both of them, interestingly enough, identified as ‘conservative’.  They are Rusty Reno, editor of First Things magazine, and Robert Sirico, ordained priest and head of the social justice think tank […]

Why There Are So Many Single Occupant Bathrooms Nowadays July 11, 2017 No Comments

A California law went into effect saying that single occupant bathrooms need to be mixed gender.  Now in my office we have two of those upstairs and two multi-occupant bathrooms [with showers] downstairs.   Changing the downstairs bathrooms to mixed gender would create a cultural earthquake in our office and make almost everyone very uncomfortable, […]

Regulations March 10, 2011 2 Comments

Mark Lacter, in Los Angeles magazine not generally regarded as a right wing magazine, describes the regulatory problems in the City of Los Angeles with regard to establishing any kind of a new business.  It does not fall much short of what Mario Vargas Llosa described in Peru in his classic The Other Path . […]