Archive: Articles

Rent Control Will Hurt Oregon Renters
Oregon becomes the first state to pass statewide rent control law.
Art Carden | March 19, 2019
Swedish Model Is Far Better Than American Trillion Dollar Deficits
If left-wing Swedish politicians can boldly cut spending and taxes, the Trump administration and Congress have no excuse.
Ross Marchand | March 18, 2019
Gov. DeSantis Should Prioritize School Choice
School-choice moms are watching—and they’ll be at the ballot box in 2020.
Kristiana Bolzman | March 17, 2019
Arizona Considers New Airbnb Regulations
New bill poses threat to Arizona's position as leader in reforming and streamlining regulation.
Nick Zaiac | March 15, 2019
Education Assessments and the Future of Learning
Standardized testing distracts students from developing the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and in life.
Kristiana Bolzman | March 14, 2019
Three Financial Tips for Cash-Strapped Millennials
Fiscal responsibility one day means financial health the next.
Luka Ladan | March 13, 2019
Innovation Isn’t Just About Tech
Policies targeting specific technologies fail to deliver results for innovation ecosystems by constraining trial and error.
Ryan Khurana | March 12, 2019
California’s DMV Drives Us Crazy, Reforms Are Needed
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has created a “DMV Reinvention Strike Team” to recommend “long-term . . . reform”.
Lawrence McQuillan | March 8, 2019
Regulation, Regulation, Regulationception
If lawmakers are truly concerned with out of control drug prices, it isn’t price controls or fines on businesses that will lower them.
Elliot Young | March 7, 2019
Federal Report Finds U.S. Department of Education a Massive Failure
Given the ongoing problems with the department, it is well worth considering abolishing the U.S. Department of Education once and for all.
Vicki Alger | March 6, 2019