Archive: Articles

Waffle House’s Stand Against Lockdowns
Walt Ehmer is courageous but ultimately bolder action may be required to save businesses from the pernicious effects of lockdowns
Jon Miltimore | November 23, 2020
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna  | November 18, 2020
Rampant Fraud Exposed Plaguing Stimulus Program
Yet free-spending leaders in Congress are looking to spend trillions more
Brad Polumbo | November 16, 2020
Andrew Cuomo’s NYC COVID Shutdown Makes No Sense
Governor Cuomo has evidently not learned anything from his earlier hubris and misjudgment
Brad Polumbo | November 16, 2020
Don’t Abolish the Police – End Their Monopoly
Why Confronting Police Brutality Requires Decentralized Departments
Akiva Malamet | November 12, 2020
Election Day Was a Green Wave for Marijuana Legalization
You might think marijuana is bad, but its prohibition is worse
Jon Miltimore | November 10, 2020
The 2020 Election Should Shed Light on Central Planning
If government can't count ballots how can it possibly manage a pandemic or our health care?
Jon Miltimore | November 10, 2020
The Many Benefits of Road Pricing
A market-oriented approach to road management would ease congestion, generate revenue, and encourage ridepooling
Scott Beyer | November 7, 2020
Trump’s Trade Wars Failed to Restore Manufacturing Jobs
New analysis shows the tariffs helped some manufacturers by hurting others, for a net loss
Brad Polumbo | November 7, 2020
Future of Democracy Depends on Postal Reform
If elections are going to happen by mail, we need to be more prepared next time
Ross Marchand | November 3, 2020