Archive: Articles

Captive State Probes Depths of Despair Under Oppression
When working at their highest level, science fiction movies provoke and engage in ideas fundamental to human existence.
Samuel R. Staley | March 22, 2019
Better Angels Debates
An answer to the growing concern about the constrictive nature of speech and diversity of opinion on college campuses.
Alexandra Hudson | March 21, 2019
The February Jobs Report and What It Could Mean for the Economy
Are we entering a labor market slide or is it just a glitch?
Anil Niraula | March 20, 2019
Rent Control Will Hurt Oregon Renters
Oregon becomes the first state to pass statewide rent control law.
Art Carden | March 19, 2019
Swedish Model Is Far Better Than American Trillion Dollar Deficits
If left-wing Swedish politicians can boldly cut spending and taxes, the Trump administration and Congress have no excuse.
Ross Marchand | March 18, 2019
Gov. DeSantis Should Prioritize School Choice
School-choice moms are watching—and they’ll be at the ballot box in 2020.
Kristiana Bolzman | March 17, 2019
Arizona Considers New Airbnb Regulations
New bill poses threat to Arizona's position as leader in reforming and streamlining regulation.
Nick Zaiac | March 15, 2019
Education Assessments and the Future of Learning
Standardized testing distracts students from developing the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and in life.
Kristiana Bolzman | March 14, 2019
Three Financial Tips for Cash-Strapped Millennials
Fiscal responsibility one day means financial health the next.
Luka Ladan | March 13, 2019
Innovation Isn’t Just About Tech
Policies targeting specific technologies fail to deliver results for innovation ecosystems by constraining trial and error.
Ryan Khurana | March 12, 2019