Biden Medicare “Reforms” are a Pillbox of Pain
Policymakers can put Medicare on a more sustainable path without harming taxpayers and patients
David Williams | March 28, 2023
Mask Mandates Didn’t Help, but It Gets Worse
We’ve learned a lot about mask effectiveness. But have we learned anything about means and ends?
Jon Miltimore | March 7, 2023
Lockdown Governors Largely Go Unpunished
Whitmer, DeWine cruise to re-election as COVID authoritarianism fades from voters' memories.
Brady Leonard | February 21, 2023
A Brief History of California’s Eugenics Program (1909-2013)
After decades of forced sterilizations followed by feeble apologies, California is shifting to the endgame of its century-long sterilization program: taxing innocent citizens to pay off its victims
Saul Zimet | February 7, 2023
Remember When the CIA Set Back Polio Eradication?
How American foreign policy stunted polio vaccination efforts
Abigail R. Hall | December 20, 2022
Why the Feds Are Clinging to Their Mask Mandate
Airports have been the main stages for security and hygiene "theater"
Dan Sanchez | April 22, 2022
Why Medical Price Controls Would Be Catastrophic
Another case of government meddling masquerading as altruism
Daniel Savickas | March 29, 2022
Sweden Now Has One of the Lowest COVID Mortality Rates in Europe
Sweden, which avoided strict lockdowns, now has a lower COVID mortality rate than 29 countries in Europe alone
Jon Miltimore | March 29, 2022
Could Mark Cuban’s Plan to Disrupt Big Pharma Work?
Politicians like to talk about bringing the price of prescriptions down, but per usual, the true leaders in society actually do it.
Hannah Cox | February 17, 2022