First up, Ed Cone's recent column describing the true separation of powers our founders intended.
But government is not the only power to be reckoned with, and sometimes it serves as a necessary counterbalance to other forms of influence.
Suspicion of commercial interests was evident in the days of the Founders (they also believed that government could be too weak, which is why they took a mulligan and wrote the Constitution after the Articles of Confederation proved inadequate). Thomas Jefferson said that he hoped to "crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations." His successors, including Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt, achieved greatness -- and helped save capitalism -- by standing up to corporate power.
Secondly, Andrew Brod of UNCG and The Business Journal exposes supply-side extremists and Civitas apologists for the fools they are -- in a business publication.