Archive: Jon Miltimore

Snowden and Dorsey: What Happened in 1971
Something huge happened in 1971. And both Edward Snowden and Jack Dorsey are asking the same question
Jon Miltimore | September 29, 2021
‘Paw Patrol’ Might Be the Most Libertarian Kids Movie Ever
Liberty saves the day in 'Paw Patrol: The Movie'—after meddling politicians create an environmental disaster
Jon Miltimore | September 8, 2021
Don’t Envy Rihanna’s Billion Dollar Empire. Celebrate It!
Rihanna’s rise from a poor immigrant from Barbados to global star to billionaire entrepreneur reveals the enduring power and reality of the American Dream
Jon Miltimore | August 11, 2021
Restaurants Are Now Adding ‘Equity’ Charges
Will making customers pay “equity” charges backfire? Probably
Jon Miltimore | June 29, 2021
UFC Fighter Dedicates Victory to Victims of Communism
Many Americans are clueless about communism's bloody history. That's a dangerous lesson to forget
Jon Miltimore | May 18, 2021
Business in the US Suffers From Labor Shortages
In a recent interview, economist Lawrence Summers said the government’s juiced-up unemployment benefits have created a major problem
Jon Miltimore | May 11, 2021
Lockdowns ‘Greatest Peacetime Policy Failure’ in History
Canadian economist Douglas Ward Allen recently ran a cost-benefit analysis of his nation's lockdowns
Jon Miltimore | May 4, 2021
How Stalin Canceled ‘Hamlet’ in the Soviet Union
Mass fear can result in censorship that is just as stifling and oppressive as government bans, history shows
Jon Miltimore | April 20, 2021
A Warning about Those Who Say ‘Listen to the Science’
When people say “follow the science,” often what they’re really saying is “follow our plan”
Jon Miltimore | April 14, 2021
Why Young Adults Are the Most Frightened of COVID
Nearly half of Americans between 18 and 34 are concerned about returning to a normal social life after the pandemic, a new YouGov poll found.
Jon Miltimore | April 7, 2021