Archive: Articles

Four Unintended Consequences of the Lockdowns
No matter how smart or well-intentioned the lockdowns are, life-threatening mistakes have been made
Brad Polumbo | August 25, 2020
Immigration, Migration, and the Naiveté of Nativism
What’s wrong with the “fix your own government” argument opposing immigration?
Lawrence McQuillan | August 23, 2020
Will Small Businesses Stay Closed Post-Pandemic?
Can the United States stand to lose the four million small businesses Oxxford predicts?
Luka Ladan | August 22, 2020
Not All Environmental Activism Is the Same
Separating science from quackery is an important step towards environmental progress
Scott Beyer | August 21, 2020
COVID-19 Is Disrupting the Future of Higher Education
COVID-19 has catalyzed the mainstreaming of alternatives to a traditional college education
Ben Wilterdink | August 14, 2020
Bezos, Zuckerberg and Congressional Antitrust Hysteria
What America's tech billionaires should have told Congress
William F. Shughart II | August 8, 2020
Violence in Portland Is Not ‘Just Property Damage’
Property rights are human rights, and we discard them at our own peril
Brad Polumbo | August 3, 2020
Media Groupthink Comes for Sweden
Facts take a back seat to catchphrases as the pandemic continues to be politicized
Luka Ladan | August 1, 2020
Parents and Students to Lose Freedom of Choice
Are America's school choice options melting away as the pandemic wears on?
K. Lloyd Billingsley | July 30, 2020
Lessons Learned from Our COVID-19 Response
COVID-19 isn't over, but it’s not too early to learn from our response
Conor Norris | July 21, 2020