Archive: Articles

Is Gov Paranoid?
Spying for Your Protection
Ben Wilterdink | October 23, 2018
A License to Kill Jobs
Do You Have a Permit for That?
Ben Wilterdink | October 19, 2018
Hacking Mosquitoes to Save Lives
How Innovation is Being Harnessed to Take on Deadly Diseases at the Source
Lawrence McQuillan | October 16, 2018
Jackpot!
If Rent Control is Like Winning the Lottery, Who Buys the Losing Tickets?
Ben Wilterdink | October 10, 2018
Not Your Parents’ Cops
Are Neighborhood Police Officers Being Replaced?
Ben Wilterdink | October 8, 2018
Welcome to Catalyst!
The internet can be a noisy place. Sometimes just logging into social media feels like stepping onto a battlefield, except nobody knows who’s on which team and what the teams even mean anymore.
Increase Opportunities with Education Savings Accounts
Education Savings Accounts Provide Flexibility for Parents.
Ben Wilterdink | September 24, 2018
Two-way Trade in the “Same” Commodity
The same commodity can be both imported and exported to a single country.
Robert Higgs | September 24, 2018
Telemedicine Is Popular: Why Isn’t It Everywhere?
Will telemedicine revolutionize the healthcare industry?
Raymond J. March | September 24, 2018
Developing Countries Lead in Education Innovation
Old-line government schools are failing many children, especially in low-income neighborhoods.
Lawrence McQuillan | September 24, 2018