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An End to Tax Withholding
K. Lloyd Billingsley | October 20, 2021

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: New Criticisms and Challenges
Richard K. Vedder | October 19, 2021

Is America Becoming Rome Versus Byzantium?
Our Byzantine interior and Roman coasts are quite differently interpreting their shared American heritage as they increasingly plot radically divergent courses to survive in scary times.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 15, 2021

Tenure Controversy in Georgia
Richard K. Vedder | October 15, 2021

Don’t Commit to Defense of Taiwan
The island can take care of itself without the United States ending its public ambiguity in favor of an explicit alliance.

Ivan Eland | October 15, 2021

Why Americans Are Not Anxious to Get Back to Work
John C. Goodman | October 14, 2021

How the Fed Finances U.S. Debt
Look behind the federal books to see the ways monetary policy has come to abet runaway spending.

Judy L. Shelton | October 14, 2021

Can You Even Be an ‘Informed’ Citizen?
Art Carden | October 13, 2021

How Innovative Is Crypto?
Matt Sekerke, Steve H. Hanke | October 13, 2021

Eight No Cost Federal Collegiate Reforms Improving Access and Learning
Richard K. Vedder | October 12, 2021

Down with White Coat Supremacy!
K. Lloyd Billingsley | October 12, 2021

Code Red for Humanity—More Like a False Alarm
Anthony R. Lupo | October 12, 2021

The Left Got What It Wanted—So Now What?
There is no schadenfreude in seeing the Left destroy everything it touches—because its claws tear all of us as well.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 11, 2021

Putting a Proper Price on Spending
Steve H. Hanke | October 8, 2021

America and The Dying Citizen
Freedom requires constant reinvestment in and replenishment of a nation’s traditions and ideals.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 7, 2021

The Woke Left’s Primitive Economics
Zero-sum thinking was adaptive in a world of tribal conflict, but isn’t in a modern society.

Paul H. Rubin | October 6, 2021

Science Closes in on Covid’s Origins
Four studies—including two from WHO—provide powerful evidence favoring the lab-leak theory.

Richard A. Muller, Steven C. Quay | October 6, 2021

Dangers of a Digital Dollar
If widely used, it would give the central bank unprecedented power over the financial system.

Alexander William Salter | October 6, 2021

Biden’s Bank Robber
K. Lloyd Billingsley | October 6, 2021

The United States Should Take a Page from the German Election Playbook
Ivan Eland | October 6, 2021

Should Low Earnings Degrees Be Eliminated? Gillen’s Data and More
Richard K. Vedder | October 5, 2021

So They’re Trying to Shut You Up
How to defend yourself in a free-speech crisis, whatever your politics.

Donald A. Downs, Keith E. Whittington, Robert P. George | October 5, 2021

Lessons from Employer Vaccination Mandates
William J. Watkins, Jr. | October 5, 2021

Fumento Misdiagnoses Remdesivir
Raymond J. March | October 4, 2021

Review of Edward Younkins, Exploring Atlas Shrugged: Ayn Rand’s Magnum Opus
Art Carden | October 4, 2021

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