Archive: Jon Miltimore

Bloomberg: Venezuela Goes Private After Socialism
After much pain and suffering, Venezuelan socialist leaders have conceded they cannot effectively run an economy
Jon Miltimore | February 23, 2021
Colorado County Refuses to Enforce Lockdowns
Weld County’s defiance came days before news broke that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is “furious” because a Brooklyn synagogue held a secret wedding
Jon Miltimore | December 2, 2020
Waffle House’s Stand Against Lockdowns
Walt Ehmer is courageous but ultimately bolder action may be required to save businesses from the pernicious effects of lockdowns
Jon Miltimore | November 23, 2020
Election Day Was a Green Wave for Marijuana Legalization
You might think marijuana is bad, but its prohibition is worse
Jon Miltimore | November 10, 2020
The 2020 Election Should Shed Light on Central Planning
If government can't count ballots how can it possibly manage a pandemic or our health care?
Jon Miltimore | November 10, 2020
America’s Two Different Roads to Economic Recovery
Evidence suggests the disparity in unemployment stems in large part from the different ways states are approaching the coronavirus
Jon Miltimore | October 20, 2020
Elon Musk on Lockdowns: ‘Sweden Was Right’
Instead of rebuking Sweden and states such as South Dakota, we should be thanking them.
Jon Miltimore | October 19, 2020
Banning Gas-Powered Vehicles Won’t Help the Earth
California’s planned ban on gas-powered auto sales is great for Elon Musk, but It won’t help the environment
Jon Miltimore | October 9, 2020
Ginsburg and Amy Coney Barrett Agreed on College Courts
Federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg agreed Title IX code of conduct trials were flawed
Jon Miltimore | October 5, 2020
Why There Are More Fires in California Than the Southeast
The New York Times recently detailed why the solution to California's megafires begins with ending overzealous fire suppression
Jon Miltimore | September 21, 2020