Archive: Articles

National Debt Will Explode Under Biden or Trump
A new report shows the national debt just keeps getting worse. There’s only one way to get us out of this mess
Brad Polumbo | October 12, 2020
Creative Engagement During Pandemic Uncertainties 
How The United States can mend its societal wounds in this unprecedented time
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna  | October 9, 2020
Unrest After Breonna Taylor Decision Sabotages Progress
An abundance of research shows that violent protest only undermines a cause in the eyes of the public
Brad Polumbo | October 2, 2020
Why There Are More Fires in California Than the Southeast
The New York Times recently detailed why the solution to California's megafires begins with ending overzealous fire suppression
Jon Miltimore | September 21, 2020
Kenosha Riots Hit Minority Communities Hardest
Callous disregard of property rights creates long-term instability that scares away business investment and reduces economic opportunity
Brad Polumbo | September 15, 2020
Only Government Gyms Remain Open in San Francisco
In command economies, double standards are inevitable
Jon Miltimore | September 15, 2020
The Joe Rogan Podcast’s Move To Spotify Is a Good Sign
The continual success of 'edgy' entertainers shows the strength of Free Speech
Luka Ladan | September 10, 2020
Sweden Has a Lower COVID-19 Death Rate Than the US
Sweden’s “lighter touch” COVID-19 strategy looks stronger with every passing week
Jon Miltimore | September 9, 2020
Police Reform Should Include CalGang Database Overhaul
The CalGang database is a key part of the state’s broad interpretation of culpability for gang activity
Jonathan Hofer & Dominick Van Cleve | September 1, 2020
Google’s Plan to Disrupt the College Degree
Google’s model why is exactly what the higher education market needs to worry about
Jon Miltimore | September 1, 2020