Archive: Articles

Localities Must Take the Lead in Reopening America
Beyond Federalism, dynamic problems require dynamic solutions
Ross Marchand | May 5, 2020
Where Is the Small Business Advocacy in Normal Times?
Small businesses could lead the US economy out of lock-down, and they should after it too
Luka Ladan | May 4, 2020
A Jaded Public Reevaluates the Waco Siege
New generations are becoming critical of seemingly settled official narratives
Ross Marchand | April 30, 2020
What Virginia’s I-81 Says About the Future of U.S. Freight
Decisions made on the key stretch of interstate could, for better or worse, foretell how goods are moved elsewhere
Scott Beyer | April 29, 2020
Power Creep and the Perils of Pandemic Politics
Civilians and government officials alike struggle to agree on how to react to COVID-19
Andrew Di Giovanna | April 27, 2020
U.S. Should Fund Worthy Public Health Organizations, Not the WHO
Doctors Without Borders Far More Effective Than International Bureaucrats
Ross Marchand | April 24, 2020
The State of U.S. Trucking: a Q&A with Rachel Premack
I spoke with the Business Insider reporter on how trucking is affected by federal policy, technology, coronavirus and more.
Scott Beyer | April 22, 2020
Infection Surveillance in the Name of Public Health
Singapore-Style Disease Surveillance Poses Fourth Amendment Question For Americans
Jonathan Hofer | April 21, 2020
Make American Colleges Grade Again!
A Case for More Meritocracy at American Universities
Richard Vedder | April 17, 2020
Stimulus 101: The U.S. Economy Depends on Large Corporations
Why “Big Business vs. The People” is a Misleading Narrative—Now More Than Ever
Luka Ladan | April 16, 2020