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1/26/2016 Sr. Fellow John R. Graham appears on the Mike Schikman radio show on WSVA Viginia
1/25/2016 “Let Employers Decide How Health Insurance Should Be Subsidized At Work” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
1/25/2016 “An Alternative To The FDA” Research Fellow Abigail Hall Op-Ed in the Daily Caller
1/25/2016 “Donald Trump Is Not the Only One Demonizing China” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in Huffington Post
1/25/2016 “Why We Shouldn’t Outlaw ‘Unpaid’ Internships” Research Fellow Abigail R. Hall and Jennifer Schneible Op-Ed in Newsday NY and InsideSources.com
1/23/2016 “Will Nabbing of ‘El Chapo’ Actually Help Mexico Win the War on Drugs?” Research Fellow Jeffrey Miron, author of Drug War Crimes cited in Newsweek Magazine
1/22/2016 “Schooling Beck on Trump’s Nullification Promise” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland, author of Recarving Rushmore cited in World Net Daily
1/22/2016 “Tight Money, High Wages” The Midas Paradox by Research Fellow Scott Sumner is reviewed on The Market Monetarist
1/21/2016 “Obamacare Joins Pile of Unfunded Liabilities” Sr. Fellow John R. Graham Op-Ed in The Orange County Register
1/20/2016 “Why Are Some People Healthier than Others?” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
1/20/2016 “The P.C. Chronicles: Bill of Writes, Lloyd Billingsley” Independent Institute Policy Fellow Lloyd Billingsley cited in FrontPage Magazine
1/19/2016 “Quotation of the Day...” The Economics of Immigration edited by Sr. Fellow Benjamin Powell cited on Cafe Hayek
1/19/2016 “US Government Investment In Self-Driving Cars: Leading from Behind” Research Fellow Randall Holcombe in Eurasia Review
1/18/2016 “U.S. Foreign Policy Needs Some Old-fashioned Subtlety” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in Huffington Post
1/18/2016 “Not Good: The “Good” War in Iraq” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland, author of Partitioning for Peace interviewed on ZDF.de (German)
1/18/2016 “Democrats’ Health Care Debate: Clinton and Sanders Are Both Wrong” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
1/15/2016 “January 16, 1920: Another Day That Should Live in Infamy” Sr. Fellow William Shughart II Op-Ed in The Hill
1/15/2016 “(Chair)Man in the High Castle” Sr. Fellow Robert Higgs and Research Fellow Geoge Selgin cited in the Washington Examiner
1/14/2016 “One Hospital Tells You What You Will Have to Pay—Before the Surgery” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
1/14/2016 “New US Sanctions to Have Zero Impact on North Korea” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland cited in Sputnik News
1/13/2016 “Administrative Fixes Won’t Rescue Obamacare’s Broken Exchanges” Sr. Fellow John R. Graham in Forbes
1/11/2016 “Desert Storm Anniversary Reminds Us that Even Victorious Wars Are Problematic” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in Huffington Post
1/11/2016 “Why Are Hospital Prices So Crazy? Hint: The Hospitals May Not Be at Fault” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
1/7/2016 “Give States Control Over Public Land Out West” Sr. Fellow Robert H. Nelson, author of The New Holy Wars Op-Ed in The New York Times
1/6/2016 “Time to Abolish Selective Service” Sr. Fellow Benjamin Powell Op-Ed in The Hill
1/5/2016 “Gun Control By Presidential Decree?” Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich Op-Ed in the Daily Caller
1/5/2016 “Racial Preferences and the Folly of “Strict Scrutiny’” Research Fellow Jonathan Bean, editor of Race and Liberty in America: The Essential Reader Op-Ed in the Washington Examiner
1/4/2016 “How Affordable Housing Mandates Make Housing More Expensive” Research Fellow Gary M. Galles Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times
1/4/2016 “Revisiting the Great Depression” The Midas Paradox by Research Fellow Scott Sumner is reviewed on EconLog.org
1/4/2016 “Not Only Trump Recruits Terrorists” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland, author of No War for Oil Op-Ed in Huffington Post
1/4/2016 “Why Americans Should Stop Fearing Being Held Hostage by Saudi Oil” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland cited in Sputnik News
1/3/2016 “How Much Does ‘Strict Scrutiny’ Matter?” Research Fellow Jonathan Bean, editor of Race and Liberty in America cited in National Review Online
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