Telemedicine Shows the Free Market’s Innovative Capacity
What the 2020 telemedicine revolution has done for Americans
Will The Police Officer Who Flipped Woman’s SUV Face Charges?
When government officers violate the rights of citizens, they are flipping upside-down the very purpose of their job and of the American government
Restaurant Apologizes to Patrons and Roasts Government
Small businesses like Taco Loco—and their customers—are suffering the consequences of big government failure
Shoplifting Shutters Target and Walgreens in San Francisco
The city’s enforcement against shoplifters has dwindled, and these are the results
California COVID-19 Policies Are Still Hurting Students
Students should have been the first group of Americans allowed to return to regular behavior, so why are restrictions still in place?
How Higher Wages Could Cripple The Restaurant Industry
How the cost of labor at restaurants effects food prices for everyone
Restaurants Are Now Adding ‘Equity’ Charges
Will making customers pay “equity” charges backfire? Probably
Working Class Hurt by Lockdowns but Elites Unscathed
The picture painted by new Harvard University data is one of working-class destruction