Archive: Articles

Will California’s Freelance Work Restrictions Go National?
Congressional support for a federal AB5-like bill is growing
K. Lloyd Billingsley | June 22, 2020
How California’s AB5 Law Threatens Entrepreneurship
From Uber drivers to freelance writers, AB5 will upend countless lives
Luka Ladan | June 20, 2020
NPR: Evidence Mounts COVID Less Lethal Than Predicted
The 'experts' may have subjected us to a blunder greater than any since the Iraq War
Jon Miltimore | June 15, 2020
Is a Law School Meltdown Coming?
Surveys indicate a coming semi-permanent dip in admissions
Richard Vedder | June 11, 2020
George Floyd, Qualified Immunity, and Justice
Looking through the fog of politics for solutions to police brutality
Craig Eyermann | June 8, 2020
The Urban Riots Resulted From Poor Local Leadership
A good protest was undermined by the unwillingness of mayors and governors to stop violence
Scott Beyer | June 5, 2020
“Recession-Proofing” Your Small Business
It's important to plan for the future in uncertain times
Luka Ladan | June 5, 2020
SpaceX Is Saving Taxpayer Money
Taxpayers will benefit from the new private space race
Ross Marchand | June 4, 2020
Economic Disruption from New Tech Could Deflate Cities
Remote work will accelerate a national demographic realignment
Logan Smith | June 2, 2020
George Floyd and the Future of Police Misconduct
Real solutions to combat structural racism in American police departments
Samuel R. Staley | June 2, 2020