Archive: Articles

As Millennials Embrace Socialism, Here Are 3 Facts You May Not Know
Too much of today’s debate over government programs occurs in the realm of goals and omits any discussion of costs
Luka Ladan | July 29, 2019
Was There Value in the Space Race?
Despite its scientific brilliance, its human drama, Apollo is, in a sense, a relic of the Cold War.
Mike M. Moore | July 27, 2019
There Is No One Answer to Rule Them All
If we really respect people’s liberty, dignity, and autonomy, we will work to expand their options rather than limit them.
Art Carden | July 26, 2019
Locked Out of Job Opportunities
Too often, occupational licensing laws are used to ban all former convicts from the ability to legally participate in the licensed occupation.
Conor Norris | July 25, 2019
Let Us Have Lemonade
Legalizing Home-based Businesses to Make the Most of Summer
Homeowners who want to sell something to their neighbors face a gauntlet of laws, permits, and inspections that sap the will and wallets of would-be entrepreneurs.
Nick Zaiac | July 24, 2019
3 Improvements to Career and Technical Education Funding
The Department of Education updated a key funding program for career and technical education, but educators should recognize its value even without federal support.
Kristiana Bolzman | July 23, 2019
In a United Nations Report, a Socialist Details Venezuela’s Horrors
Those in love with chavista-style fascism have tried to justify the regime by denying that it was a police state, but the new report ends this charade.
Alvaro Vargas Llosa | July 22, 2019
Trump and Newsom Think Alike on Deadly Wildfires
Both President Trump and Governor Newsom propose easing environmental regulations for forest-thinning to speed up wildfire prevention.
Lawrence McQuillan | July 19, 2019
Regulators Must Recognize New Technologies’ Benefits
Various recognition software has a bright future if government can prevent its abuse and allow free enterprise to take the lead.  
Ross Marchand | July 18, 2019
Is a College Degree Necessary? A Tale of Three Students
In many cases, the residential nature of college is key to most of the collegiate contribution to student success.
Richard Vedder | July 17, 2019