Archive: Articles

Less Ownership
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.
Ryan Khurana | December 7, 2018
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.
Jonathon Hauenschild | December 5, 2018
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.
Nick Zaiac | December 3, 2018
Ross Marchand | November 30, 2018
Election Bull, Election Bear
Policies Over Parties
Our stock market isn’t partisan.
Elliot Young | November 29, 2018
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.
Ross Marchand | November 27, 2018
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.
Ben Wilterdink | November 22, 2018
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.
Raymond J. March | November 21, 2018
Improving Education
Spending Better vs. Spending More
The U.S. must stop pouring more tax dollars into a failing education system.
Kristiana Bolzman | November 16, 2018
A Better Post-Election World?
Here Are Three Ideas For Improvement
Attempts to cross the political divide can have inspiring results.
Art Carden | November 13, 2018