Will a Culture with Less Property be a Challenge for Millennials?
Americans own less stuff. From physical property to intangibles, Americans, especially millennials, are increasingly becoming renters instead of owners, which could be troubling news.
The Many Facets of Privacy
How to Think About Privacy in Today’s Data-Driven World
It is not evil for a technology company to use the information you voluntarily share with them.
Should Chicago Officials Have the Power to Stop Development Projects?
The power to approve or disapprove of particular projects is a power to determine property rights for landowners.
Four Innovative Medical Products That Have Dropped in Price Over the Past Decade (or Two)
Market forces drive down prices and spur innovation.
You’re Putting Grandma…Where?!
How Innovation is Improving Nursing Homes Across the Country
If states committed to lifting moratoriums on state-wide bed counts and made it easier for new providers to set-up shop, the elderly and disabled could finally have a shot to have more fulfilling lives.
Give In to the Cliché
Be Thankful at Thanksgiving
A self-conscious gratitude is our best option if we truly want to preserve all that we have.
The FDA Loosens the Rules on Saving Lives
A Good Step, but Much More is Needed
To give the terminally ill the best chance, greater access to experimental medication is needed.
Spending Better vs. Spending More
The U.S. must stop pouring more tax dollars into a failing education system.