The Feds’ Vehicle ‘Kill Switch’ Mandate Is a Violation of Privacy
The claim that a new federal law mandates that every new motor vehicle includes technology that could disable the vehicle might sound preposterous, but it's actually true. Here are the receipts.
Jon Miltimore | November 28, 2023
The Red Pill for Pill Ad Headaches
Pharmaceutical ads constitute the second-largest source of the media industry’s ad revenue.
Robert E. Wright | November 28, 2023
Mr. Beast Under Fire for Bringing Clean Water to 500,000 Africans
Mr. Beast’s philanthropy, which is all voluntary and profit-driven, surpass government-led efforts by miles. And that’s what his critics can’t handle.
Jon Miltimore | November 21, 2023
Javier Milei: Argentina’s First-Ever Libertarian President
In Argentina—one of the most statist countries in the world—a libertarian economist is now the president-elect.
Javier Perez-Saavedra | November 21, 2023
Underdog States Improve Their Business Tax Climate
Free markets work, and policymakers should heed the lessons from these tax climate rankings.
Vance Ginn | November 14, 2023
China Reverses Course on Population Planning
China's 180 is a condemnation of a century of central population policy.
Peter Jacobsen | November 14, 2023
If You Care About Social Mobility, You Need to Let Markets Work
A recurrent trope in American politics is that the American dream—the ability to go from rags to riches—is dead...
Vincent Geloso | November 7, 2023
The Real Villain in Shawshank Redemption
It would be a mistake to overlook that the true villain in Shawshank Redemption isn’t Boggs, Hadley, or even Warden Norton. It’s the system that empowers them.
Jon Miltimore | November 7, 2023
Analyzing and Critiquing the Unabomber’s Manifesto
There are a lot of problems with modern society, but that doesn’t mean blowing it up is the solution.
Cody Cook | October 31, 2023