A Daycare in Every Neighborhood
Loosening Childcare Laws Could Make the Dream a Reality
Working families pay the price when we set needlessly high standards for who may care for children and narrow limits for where they may do so.
Many Millennial ‘Socialists’ Aren’t Socialists
Only a small percentage of students correctly identify socialism as an economic system that abolishes private property in the major factors of production.
Let Veterans Work
Don’t Let Licensing Rules Hold Back Our Veterans
If a former combat medic’s training is good enough to save the lives of wounded troops on the battlefield, it should be good enough for the general public.
“Planting Trees” Disrupts the Carbon Tax Narrative
Conventional logic has assumed that penalizing emissions is the appropriate solution to climate change. But maybe that is totally wrong.
Bernie’s Labor Pains: Three Takeaways
There are several lessons to be learned from Bernie Sanders' recent trouble with his unionized, and apparently underpaid, labor force.
Universities as Rip-Offs: The Costly and Inefficient Edifice Complex
Outrageous expenditures are commonplace for campus buildings, we will let a somewhat decrepit classroom building deteriorate so we can fund the academic fad de jour.
If the Gig Economy Has Unintended Consequences, So Does Shutting It Down
Tech companies like Airbnb and Uber provide a living experience that was once inaccessible for all but the wealthiest.
Plastic Bans Are Symbolism Over Substance
The measure will do virtually nothing to reduce plastic waste in the ocean and it won’t “help the economy.”
Rising Red Ink Is a Good Sign… Except When Government is Doing the Spending
While consumer debt is rising, surging private red ink is actually a vote of confidence in an increasingly-bright future.