Does philosophy really "teach students how to think," and is the opportunity cost worth it?Should the Government Kill?
Even if some people deserve to die, should we trust the state to decide?Earth Day: 22 Ways to Think about the Climate-Change Debate
Those with a reasoned agnosticism about climate change will find themselves in debate with the Climate Orthodoxy. No one should sally forth into this hostile territory without reason and reflection.Should We Jail “Deadbeat Dads”?
More force isn't always the answer to helping children; often, it becomes a vicious cycle.The Public Choice of Harassing Free-Range Families
Why are bureaucrats badgering kids walking to the park? Because the system encourages it.10 Questions about Conscious Machines
What happens to our institutions when the machines wake up?Higher Education’s Moral Monsters
Question-begging studies about the relative morality of economics students are so fraught with flaws, even a student of literature can spot the problems.Stay Put?
For many on their journeys of life, the city offers temptations and variety. But some critics are trying to make "staying put" a kind of duty.By the Power Vested in Us
Marriage falls within our right of association, and the state should not be able to hold it hostage.#44 – “Profit Is Evidence of Suspicious Behavior”
Lawrence W. Reed Feb 13
Profit is responsible for more good things -- by a long shot -- than all the charity in the world.