Hulus 1619 Project Docuseries Peddles False History
Where the TV show gets it wrong.
Phillip W. Magness · February 1, 2023
Paul Volckers Recipe for Prosperity
He endorsed Reagans pro-growth objectives while maintaining the Feds independence.
Judy L. Shelton · February 1, 2023
Ownership, Control, and Reform: Market-Based Approaches to Universities
The status quo is not workingit is time for a change.
Richard K. Vedder · February 1, 2023
The Cost of San Franciscos Reparations Proposal: Nearly $600,000 Per Household
Lee E. Ohanian · January 27, 2023
Debt Ceiling Kabuki: Republicans Will Cave and U.S. Government Finances Will Get Even Worse
Alvaro Vargas Llosa · January 24, 2023
Texas Conservatives Should Not Support Banning Land Sales to Foreigners
Bill targets Chinese, Iranian, North Korean and Russian nationals, but it will undermine economic freedoms.
Benjamin Powell · January 24, 2023
Reckless Reparations Reckoning
The lesson from the $22 trillion record of Great Society compensatory payouts is that massive infusions of federal money are more apt to ensure social disruption and dislocation than alleviate them.
Victor Davis Hanson · January 23, 2023
Its Time to Put a Brake on the Debt-Ceiling Charade
The U.S. should break the habit of going to the fiscal brink and adopt a policy that has been shown to work.
Steve H. Hanke, Barry W. Poulson · January 19, 2023
The IMF and Sri Lanka Are Partners in Delusion
As Sri Lanka enters its 17th IMF program, its time to ask for a different solution to the countrys problems.
Steve H. Hanke, Caleb Hofmann · January 19, 2023
The Garage Papers
From Alger Hiss to Sandy Berger, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, its all about memory against forgetting.
K. Lloyd Billingsley · January 18, 2023
South Carolina Lawmakers Bear Responsibility for Supreme Courts Abortion Ruling
South Carolinians need to rethink the way judges are selected.
William J. Watkins, Jr. · January 17, 2023
Belief in Freedom Is Bad for You
So is distrust of government, according to a study in the American Journal of Medicine.
K. Lloyd Billingsley · January 12, 2023
How Japan Kept Inflation Rates Low
Its monetary policy has long been ultra-tight, not ultra-loose.
Steve H. Hanke, John Greenwood, OBE · January 10, 2023
Feds Are Profiting Off of Policy: Only Voters Can Stop Them
William F. Shughart II · January 7, 2023
Sins Against Children
On Americas moral compass in the face of Covid.
Scott W. Atlas · January 6, 2023
Police Failures in Philadelphia Have Made Private Policing More Attractive
Tate Fegley · January 5, 2023
When Putin Turned His Back on Reaganomics
For a fleeting period he implemented serious tax reform before he did an about-face.
Richard K. Vedder · January 5, 2023