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
NFTS: Like IPOs, but for Everything
Are there still good uses for NFTs? Plenty
Scott Beyer | November 24, 2022
An Intro to Politics for the Politically Clueless
If you have always felt somewhat lost on the political landscape, this primer is for you
Patrick Carroll | November 1, 2022
History’s First Libertarian?
The Chinese philosopher Zhuang Zhou was articulating Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand’ two thousand years before 'The Wealth of Nations.'
Jon Miltimore | October 25, 2022
National Controversy over Nationwide Injunctions
A review of the increasingly common court order
Jonathan Fuentes | October 14, 2022
Scott Beyer | October 12, 2022
There’s No Such Thing as Free Breastmilk
Formula shortages cannot be overlooked
Abigail R. Hall | October 11, 2022
Why Adam Smith Said ‘Virtue Is More to Be Feared Than Vice’
The use of force in society is one of the most important issues governments must address. Unfortunately, they often get it wrong—and Smith understood why.
Richard Fulmer | October 1, 2022
Calling a Recession a Recession
We are in an era of political gaslighting
Brady Leonard | September 6, 2022