The free-market concept is simple — private property owners should be able to preside over whatever policies they want.
Have you ever stopped and looked around the grocery store? There are thousands of products neatly arranged and conveniently located just for you.
With minor variations between the states, the law governing the use and ownership of real property emerged as part of English common law.
The right of humans to freely cooperate on an open market is the surest way to bring about not only economic, but human harmony.
Does a ban on signs on the beach infringe on property rights? Edward and DeLanie Goodwin, in partnership with the Pacific Legal Foundation, argue that it does, and have filed a lawsuit with Walden County, Florida. Walden County recently banned all signs on private beach property—this includes “Private Property” and “No Trespassing” signs meant to […]