Archive: Articles

The Compact That Preceded the Magna Carta
It was ‘the Anglo-Saxon Magna Carta,’ in the words of historian David Starkey
Lawrence W. Reed | June 15, 2021
5 Historic Examples of Foreign Aid Efforts Gone Wrong
Well-meaning international aid efforts have existed for centuries. So have their unintended consequences
Orestes R Betancourt Ponce de León | June 10, 2021
Paige Lambermont | June 8, 2021
Biden’s Climate Justice Plans Will Hurt the Global Poor
The President's boundless climate plan is too political to be grounded in reality
Revana Sharfuddin | June 2, 2021
Desantis’s Anti-Riot Law Undermines the Constitution
The Florida governor’s “anti-riot” bill goes far beyond combating riots—it threatens Floridians’ freedoms
Rachel Altman | June 1, 2021
Americans, Not China, Are Paying for the Tariffs
A new analysis from Moody’s Analytics makes this clear
Brad Polumbo | June 1, 2021
How Equity Breeds Mediocrity and Stifles Achievement
By disincentivizing academic success the pursuit of equity rewards failure
Kevin Boyd | May 25, 2021
Is Having Children in 2021 ‘Environmental Vandalism’?
Concerns about population growth are nothing new. And a recent article in British Vogue is based on the same flawed assumptions
Peter Jacobsen | May 25, 2021
What has COVID-19 Really Changed?
South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone seem to think there are some things that are never coming back
Conor Norris | May 20, 2021
UFC Fighter Dedicates Victory to Victims of Communism
Many Americans are clueless about communism's bloody history. That's a dangerous lesson to forget
Jon Miltimore | May 18, 2021