Archive: Articles

Automation in the Short and Long-Term
By focusing on workers in the short term, it is clear that we can improve the opportunities automation can bring them in the long term.
Ryan Khurana | February 21, 2019
More Than Strikes, Teachers Need School Choice Programs
Teachers should be fairly compensated and enjoy a healthy workplace, but striking alone is not getting them what they want.
Kristiana Bolzman | February 20, 2019
Richard Vedder | February 19, 2019
Gene Replacement Can be the Cure that Patients—and Taxpayers—Have Been Looking For
Current gene therapies are just the start of a multi-decade effort to revolutionize health care and liberate billions from pain and suffering.
Ross Marchand | February 15, 2019
Let’s Take a Break (From Gov)
When it comes to relationships riddled with debt issues, extreme micromanagement of choices, and crazy spying, nothing comes close to our relationship with government.
Ben Wilterdink | February 14, 2019
Right-to-Try’s First Rescue
A Patient with Terminal Brain Cancer Gets Treatment
Raymond J. March | February 13, 2019
Is “Universal” Zoning Variance an Answer to America’s Housing Shortage?
The policy is a “universal” zoning variance that would waive most land use regulations for projects that fit criteria codified by state or municipal lawmakers.
Nick Zaiac | February 12, 2019
People, Place, and Automation
Automation has become a source of anxiety for many Americans, with factors such as geography and demographics often being left out of our public debate.
Ryan Khurana | February 7, 2019
More Colleges are Saying ‘No’ to Student Loans
Students Should Explore Other Options
Richard Vedder | February 6, 2019
As Tax Day Approaches, Let’s Celebrate Tax Reform
America’s business community is proving that the best way to help employees is to help those cutting the checks.
Luka Ladan | February 5, 2019