AUGUST 29, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Rome was founded in revolt against autocracy, but lost its liberty when its character faltered. America has plenty to learn from its example.
Another example of government failure in healthcare
AUGUST 26, 2014 by TERREE P. SUMMER
Last spring's VA scandal revealed what anyone who's used a lesser-known system, the Indian Health Service, has known for years: The State can't provide healthcare.
Colleges aren’t perfect, but they can be instructive for the public schools
AUGUST 25, 2014 by JENNA ROBINSON
American higher education treats students and teachers like individuals and has to deliver bang for the buck. K–12 could learn a thing or two.
A brand new multiplex defies technology and trend lines
AUGUST 20, 2014 by JEFFREY A. TUCKER
Just when you thought the multiplex was dead, another one is built. They are a monument to the market's power to defy prediction and forecast.
It's hard to believe, but Britain’s student loan problem is worse than the Yanks’
AUGUST 19, 2014 by EMMA ELLIOTT FREIRE
UK taxpayers no longer have to pick up all of the tab for university tuition, but perverse incentives and hidden costs still riddle the system.
Sooner or later, we’ll all work for the State—unless we do something about it
AUGUST 18, 2014 by IAIN MURRAY
Government agencies are threatening businesses with prosecution if they fail to do the government's law enforcement legwork. It's already shutting down business.
The Feds attack FedEx on behalf of Big Pharma and expand the police state
AUGUST 12, 2014 by WENDY MCELROY
A case against FedEx could mean better business for Big Pharma. It could also mean the end of one of the few slivers of privacy we have left.
Ever argued public policy with people whose State is in fantasyland?
AUGUST 11, 2014 by MICHAEL MUNGER
It's pointless to argue about the color of unicorns; the same goes for what most people think about when they think about the State.
Are militant Islamic organizations destructive firms?
AUGUST 07, 2014 by COLIN O'REILLY
We normally think of people organizing into entrepreneurial firms to create value for customers. But how might those who find "profit" in destruction organize?