Archive: Articles

How the Pandemic Has Reconnected Generations
The creative ways communities are helping the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna and Michael Huling | February 16, 2021
Competition Is the Antidote to Big Tech’s Bad Behavior
If given a chance, the market will eventually provide solutions to many of the grievances stemming from Big Tech's clumsy efforts to control user content
Kimberlee Josephson | February 16, 2021
Labor Law that Would Destroy Uber Could Pass This Time
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s PRO Act is a case study in unintended consequences
Brad Polumbo | February 16, 2021
Innovative Community Engagement on Fiscal Issues
Who would have thought letting the public direct public services would turn out so well?
Pooja Bachani Di Giovanna and Abigail Scott | February 12, 2021
Biden’s Executive Orders Continue a Dangerous Precedent
Democrats and Republicans both to blame for executive power run amok
Luka Ladan | February 9, 2021
California ‘Hero Pay’ Ordinance Forces Kroger Closures
This result certainly wasn’t what local lawmakers intended, but it was actually quite predictable
Brad Polumbo | February 5, 2021
FDA Slow Walks COVID-19 Vaccine
Bureaucratic delays are costing us more lives
Conor Norris | February 2, 2021
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