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Iowa, Oregon Diverge On Gun Policy
In today's political landscape, this should surprise no one.
Brady Leonard | December 6, 2022
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How Cities Can Anticipate the E-commerce Boom
Online shopping continues to grow in importance
Scott Beyer | December 6, 2022
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8 Bits of Political Brilliance in the Chronicles of Narnia
What Narnia can teach us about politics in our own world
Peter Jacobsen | December 1, 2022
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Think Twice Before Pursuing a Career in Research
Anyone wanting to pursue such a career in scientific research should do their own research first
Daniel Șterbuleac | November 28, 2022
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Why Sam Bankman-Fried Sounded Like a Rand Villain
Sam Bankman-Fried, unlike James Taggart, is not an idiot. He knew his altruism was phony.
Jon Miltimore | November 24, 2022
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NFTS: Like IPOs, but for Everything
Are there still good uses for NFTs? Plenty
Scott Beyer | November 24, 2022
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Does Chicago’s Aldermanic System Work?
Chicago’s long-time debate about aldermanic privilege speaks to a larger one about whether city council elections should be ward-based or at-large
Scott Beyer | November 15, 2022
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Why FTC’s Data Privacy Rulemaking Is Probably Unconstitutional
The recent regulatory agenda as articulated by the FTC is likely beyond the scope of its congressional mandate
Leslie Corbly | November 15, 2022
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Who Authorized the DHS to Police Online Speech?
Newly published documents obtained by the Intercept show the US government is actively shaping online discourse and policing speech. This invites a question: when did congress authorize that??
Jon Miltimore | November 15, 2022