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It’s Time to Reform Section 8
Housing Vouchers are Better than Government Housing Projects. But Federal Regulations have Limited Their Effectiveness.
It's time for reform that would introduce a free-market dynamic, changing Section 8 from the inefficient, bureaucratic program it is now. 
Scott Beyer | March 19, 2020
The Cost of Socialism: “Medicare for All” Means Tax Hikes on All
Tax hikes would affect Americans across the socioeconomic spectrum, including those struggling to get by.
Luka Ladan | March 12, 2020
What Is the “Missing Middle” for Urban Transport?
Cities Should Allow a Middle Ground Between the Expense of Car Ownership and the Inconvenience of Public Transit.
There’s a “missing middle” that could exist between the monetary cost of car ownership and the opportunity cost of transit dependence.
Scott Beyer | March 11, 2020
What To Read About Socialism: A Critical Bibliography
Including what everyone should know about the practical and moral failures of the socialist project
Williamson M. Evers | March 6, 2020
Bernie Sanders: Confirmed NIMBY
As the Democratic party mainstream moves towards a pro-housing agenda, Sanders remains the Nimby stalwart.
For decades Sanders has opposed market-rate new home construction.
Scott Beyer | March 5, 2020
There’s a Wrong Way to React to a Drug Shortage—and a Right Way
Expanding bureaucratic control of the drug market which will only put us in a worse position in future crises.
Conor Norris | February 28, 2020
Coping with the Coronavirus Requires Freeing Healthcare Providers
Coronavirus has the potential to expose the serious problems with the US healthcare system.
Conor Norris | February 28, 2020
How New York Became “Trash City”
In an 8.5 Million-Person City, Trash Is Inevitable. But It Doesn’t Have to All Pile on Sidewalks.
The problem starts with the simple, somewhat unavoidable fact that the city produces lots of waste: 12,000 tons daily.
Scott Beyer | February 26, 2020