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Ontario residents allowed to smoke pot where cigarettes are legal

Toronto - Ontario's Progressive Conservative government on Wednesday loosened the province's Smoke-Free Ontario rules — allowing Ontarians to smoke recreational marijuana wherever it’s legal to smoke tobacco.

Op-Ed: American universities have a value problem

When something is essential, can it really be regulated by the free market? The demands and pace of change in the modern economy mean that decent-paying jobs require ever more skills, knowledge, and training to be filled.

Op-Ed: Christian conservatives fear their values are under attack

With liberalism and secularism on the rise in America, Christian conservatives find themselves in constant defense of their religious freedom and political philosophy.

Op-Ed: How the free market is winning

In many ways, the unstoppable power of free market capitalism is winning, even if it is being regulated out of existence.

Op-Ed: Russia Then And Now Special

Moscow - When the Israelites fled Egypt, they wandered in the desert for forty years until the generation born into slavery had died.

Ron Paul talks free markets and the drug war with Jon Stewart

In his third appearance on Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' on Monday night, Republican presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul explained his Libertarian message on free markets and personal freedom.

Ford ad speaks out against competition's stimulus dollars

Detroit - In a new television commercial supporting Ford's 'press conference' campaign, a Ford customer explains in detail his anti-bailout positions that determined his purchase of a Ford vehicle.

Photo Essay: Visiting a traditional wet market in Beijing Special

Beijing - Wet farmer’s markets, also known as “Free Markets”, are a regular feature in many typical neighbourhoods in Chinese cities; they are the right place to purchase live and dead animals and the freshest and least expensive produce.

Op-Ed: The Financial Crisis is Not A Failure of the Free Market

Turn on the television, the radio. Scour the Internet. Google the term “financial crisis” and you are bound to hear frantic tales of the eminent Wall Street collapse.

Op-Ed: Fixing Healthcare in a Free Market: The Walter Reed Tragedy

The way the political winds are blowing seems to indicate that the United States is, in fact, headed for some sort of Universal Healthcare.

Op-Ed: Fixing Healthcare in A Free Market: Improved Quality of Care

Returning the healthcare system in the United States to a free market would increase the overall quality of care in the industry.

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