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7 Examples of Corrupt Congressional 2020 Earmarks
A new report shines a light on 285 suspect budget ‘earmarks’ from fiscal year 2020, totaling a whopping $16.8 billion
Brad Polumbo | April 28, 2021
How Stalin Canceled ‘Hamlet’ in the Soviet Union
Mass fear can result in censorship that is just as stifling and oppressive as government bans, history shows
Jon Miltimore | April 20, 2021
Overdose Deaths Hit Record Highs Amid Lockdowns
New CDC Data Shows that while the actual public health benefits of lockdowns are unclear, the deadly unintended consequences they caused are painfully obvious
Brad Polumbo | April 20, 2021
Young Students Continue to Suffer from School Closures
The effects of school closures are felt most by the children across the nation
Michael Huling | April 14, 2021
President Biden Must Avoid Healthcare Policy Pitfalls 
Americans need lower healthcare and health insurance prices, that means more competition
Ross Marchand | April 14, 2021
Predictive Policing Can Reduce Racial Discrimination
Analytics are powerful tools that we discard at the peril of both under-policed and over-policed communities
Pete Mains | April 12, 2021
L.A. Teachers Reopen Schools for Childcare Subsidy
The demand by the Los Angeles teachers union to supply teachers with taxpayer-funded child care subsidies is part of an ongoing effort by unions to influence public policy
Kerry McDonald | April 11, 2021
Why Young Adults Are the Most Frightened of COVID
Nearly half of Americans between 18 and 34 are concerned about returning to a normal social life after the pandemic, a new YouGov poll found.
Jon Miltimore | April 7, 2021
Technology, Not Government, Beat the Pandemic
Why American free enterprise is our most powerful tool in preparing for the next big viral scare
Grant Whitmer | March 29, 2021
News Deserts Lead to Loss of Engagement
"Out of print" carries new meanings for the individuals trying to feel at home during isolating times
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna  | March 25, 2021