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The Power of Independent Thinking

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Is Anti-Sweatshop Activism Making Bangladeshis Poorer?
California Defaults on $18.5 Billion Debt, Leaving State Businesses Holding the Bag
It’s Destructive and Unfair to Tax ‘Unrealized Capital Gains’
They reflect expected profits, which often fail to materialize, and the levy wouldn’t hit only the rich.
Professors Feel the Impact of Higher Education’s Collapse
College is too expensive, too high-risk, and too woke, and, as a result, professors are facing lower inflation-adjusted salaries.
Higher Education and the Law of Diminishing Returns
Shortening the average time-to-degree makes economic sense.
DeSantis’ View on Ukraine Should Not Be Dismissed
Biden’s Nominees Are a Display of Liberal Incompetence
Julie Su seems just as fit for the role as Biden’s other nominees; that is, not at all.
Muzzling Free Expression on Campus Causes Self-Censorship
Toxic campus cultures teach students and faculty to keep quiet.
How They Convinced Trump to Lock Down
The Fed’s Policies Haunt Financial Markets
Paying people not to work is inflationary; paying people to increase supplies of goods and services isn’t.






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