Archive: Articles

What has COVID-19 Really Changed?
South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone seem to think there are some things that are never coming back
Conor Norris | May 20, 2021
UFC Fighter Dedicates Victory to Victims of Communism
Many Americans are clueless about communism's bloody history. That's a dangerous lesson to forget
Jon Miltimore | May 18, 2021
America’s COVID-19 Vaccine Success Is Just the Start
With the right rules, we can replicate our recent technological successes across the medical field
Ross Marchand | May 18, 2021
How the New Airbnb Commercials Celebrate Humanity
New advertising campaign shines light on simple things, distracts from political divisions
Luka Ladan | May 18, 2021
Business in the US Suffers From Labor Shortages
In a recent interview, economist Lawrence Summers said the government’s juiced-up unemployment benefits have created a major problem
Jon Miltimore | May 11, 2021
The Complications Caused by Vaccine Passports
More states should follow Florida’s lead and declare that vaccine passports are a violation of the right to privacy
Kevin Boyd | May 11, 2021
Regulation, Moderation, and Social Media Decentralization
Facebook and Parler do not represent the only two options for public dicourse beyond 2021
Gavin Hanson | May 11, 2021
New York’s Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Closes
The state has just made honoring its green energy agreements much more difficult
Paige Lambermont | May 4, 2021
Lockdowns ‘Greatest Peacetime Policy Failure’ in History
Canadian economist Douglas Ward Allen recently ran a cost-benefit analysis of his nation's lockdowns
Jon Miltimore | May 4, 2021
Can Solar Energy Actually Compete in a Free Market?
DEPCOM Power CEO Johnnie Taul explains why the free market future of solar energy is so bright
Foundation for Economic Education | April 28, 2021