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
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
The Rise of African Telecom
Rapid expansion of fiber, satellite, and mobile technology are improving day-to-day life in Africa - much of it thanks to private investment.
Scott Beyer | September 4, 2023
Remembering President Warren G. Harding
The 29th President of the United States and his underappreciated accomplishments
Will Sellers | August 29, 2023
Governor Pritzker Vetos Illinois Nuclear Ban Repeal
The fall veto session keeps the bill in play
Paige Lambermont | August 27, 2023
Japan’s Oldest Reactor Reaches Criticality Once Again
The country’s restarting of reactors shuttered in the wake of Fukushima is proceeding apace
Paige Lambermont | August 8, 2023
The Emperor Who Died Bringing Sound Economics Back to Rome
Emperor Pertinax was probably too good for Rome and the Romans
Lawrence W. Reed | August 1, 2023
The State of Electricity Transmission
Net Zero Policies Would Require Major Transmission Expansion, But How Feasible is That?
Paige Lambermont | July 27, 2023