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Japan is Ready to Address the Energy Crisis
Japan’s nuclear reactor’s may be restarting sooner than expected
Paige Lambermont | September 6, 2022
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Will America Get “Vertical Integration” of Transport?
Nationwide transportation can, and likely will, come from the growth of a private enterprise
Scott Beyer | August 30, 2022
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What San Francisco Restaurant Laws Say About Progressivism
Why do some cities allow eateries to suffer under the weight of unhelpful regulations and lockdowns?
Scott Beyer | July 26, 2022
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See How Little Housing Some U.S. Metros Permit
The supply is not meeting demand
Scott Beyer | July 19, 2022
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The Soft Tyranny of Occupational Licensing
How regulations are hurting Main Street and American entrepreneurship
Scott Beyer | July 12, 2022
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New York Was Wrong to Close the Indian Point Plant
One year after the power plants closure, the results are clear
Paige Lambermont | June 20, 2022
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Outdoor Dining Should Stay
And why free parking should go
Scott Beyer | June 14, 2022
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In Defense of Housing Investors
When Invitation Homes, BlackRock, and other corporations buy homes ownership is technically distributed across millions of people
Scott Beyer | June 6, 2022
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Privatize the New York City Ferry
How New York proves the merit of private transportation
Scott Beyer | May 28, 2022