Guitars, Eccentric Billionaires, and Space Travel
Space travel, once the domain of Russian dogs and astronaut golfers, is being taken over by private enterprise and entertainment moguls. And it's fabulous news.
Armed Women, Empowered Women
Politicians who say women should carry rape whistles instead of guns suggest women aren't capable of protecting themselves in a dangerous world.
Oil! Price Discovery and Regulation
Thanks to regulations at the pump, the price of gasoline has less than ever to do with supply and demand in the oil market, disrupting the market's price-discovery mechanism.
Advice to Young, Unemployed Workers
Times are tough for young workers--especially since they've mostly been lied to throughout their lives. Coming to terms with some hard truths now, though, will give them the chance to thrive.
Leonard E. Read, 30 Years Later
Today is the 30th anniversary of Leonard Read's passing. His message of freedom and peaceful cooperation now reaches more people than ever.
Applause for Washington’s Charter Schools
For all the scorn it (deservedly) gets, Washington, D.C., has a long track record of charter-school success.
An Update from the President
By nearly every important indicator, FEE is breaking records. 2012 was a fantastic, pivotal year for us. Early signs are that growth in 2013 is headed off the charts.