Archive: Articles

What the Japanese Energy Crisis Should Teach Us
Regulations in Japan stir already high energy prices amid cold snap
Paige Lambermont | February 2, 2021
The Absurdity of One-Size-Fits-All Federal Minimum Wage
It’s a simple fact that income levels in most low-cost states cannot support a $15 minimum wage
Martha Njolomole | January 30, 2021
$15 Minimum Wage Would Reduce Employment
A new paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds a “clear preponderance” of evidence that minimum wage laws reduce employment
Brad Polumbo | January 26, 2021
The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is a Mess
Centrally planed coronavirus vaccine distribution is our worst option
Conor Norris | January 24, 2021
Why MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech Is Still Relevant
3 Reasons why we must put the “civil” back into civil discourse, Democrat or Republican
Luka Ladan | January 24, 2021
How Americans Have Kept Small Businesses Afloat
COVID-19 has made buying local and supporting local businesses much more important
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna  | January 20, 2021
How Civil Rights Vernacular Was Hijacked
For centuries black Americans debated how to overcome racism—but they always emphasized human agency and individual responsibility
Robert L. Woodson, Sr. & Joshua Mitchell | January 18, 2021
How Would a Free-Market Transportation System Work?
This is the final article in a 7-part series on the privatization of transport
Scott Beyer | January 13, 2021
So, Should Public Transit Still Exist?
This is part 6 in a 7-part series on the privatization of transport
Scott Beyer | January 12, 2021
If Transport Is Privatized Who Will Build the Roads?
This is part 5 in a 7-part series on the privatization of transpor
Scott Beyer | January 12, 2021