The Problem With the Power Plant Rule
In the Biden administration's headlong quest for all-electric, a new EPA rule ignores impact on grid reliability
Paige Lambermont | September 26, 2023
Blame the Government for Consumerism, Not Capitalism
Under capitalism, you accumulate wealth by foregoing consumption, so it makes no sense to say capitalism encourages consumerism
Arjun Khemani | September 26, 2023
United Arab Emirates: A Pro-Immigrant Powerhouse
The UAE is “a nation of immigrants," and has become one of the world’s top economies
Scott Beyer | September 25, 2023
Why True Charity Can Only Blossom under Capitalism
Socialists and progressives are wrong to assert that capitalism is inherently greedy
Alex Weber | September 19, 2023
Tribalism And Urban Development: A Rough Mix
Lack of formal land ownership and tribal tradition pose challenges for property rights and development in the Third World
Scott Beyer | September 18, 2023
The Mental Health Crisis and FDA Hurdles
Despite promising research, the potential for MDMA, and other psychedelic drugs to help treat mental illnesses depends on the a pending FDA decision
Raymond J. March | September 15, 2023
The Difference Between First and Third World Urbanism
Third World cities are less planned, more chaotic. But that’s not inherently bad.
Scott Beyer | September 11, 2023
State Auditor Finds Additional “High Risk” to California
The designation derives from waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement at a level posing “substantial risk” to the state and its residents
K. Lloyd Billingsley | September 7, 2023
Announcing a Series on Critical Minerals and the Energy Transition
New Paper Examines the Importance of Domestic Mineral Production
Paige Lambermont | September 7, 2023