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Karl Marx’s Choice for Treasury Department Comptroller
K. Lloyd Billingsley | November 3, 2021

The Battle Over Biden’s Currency Comptroller
Saule Omarova is not the first Leninist to vie for a high government position

K. Lloyd Billingsley | November 2, 2021

Life after Capitalism
The information theory of economics

George F. Gilder | November 2, 2021

Who Eventually Won the Cold War?
There is nothing like an old Bolshevik grinning that ossified American wokesters are stuck circa 1920s in the old Bolshevik Russia.

Victor Davis Hanson | November 1, 2021

Will the Decade-Long Decline in College Enrollments Continue?
Richard K. Vedder | November 1, 2021

The Ignoble Lie
“Noble lies” are rarely spun for anyone’s interests other than those of the liars themselves.

Victor Davis Hanson | November 1, 2021

In New York State Rifle, the Court Should Look to Text, History, and Tradition
Stephen P. Halbrook | November 1, 2021

Fed Tapering Won’t Beat Inflation
Supply issues are mostly to blame for rising prices. Deregulation is a crucial part of the remedy.

Alexander William Salter | October 29, 2021

Lady Killers
Government gunners prefer their targets soft, pale, and innocent.

K. Lloyd Billingsley | October 29, 2021

Why Is Congress about to Declare War on Seniors?
John C. Goodman | October 27, 2021

Yale and The University of Texas: Who Owns the University?
Richard K. Vedder | October 26, 2021

Supreme Court’s Latest Second Amendment Case Isn’t about Race, It’s about Rights
Does a person need to be assaulted, shot, or wounded in order to carry a firearm for self-defense?

Stephen P. Halbrook | October 26, 2021

Ground Zero of Woke
Universities are making themselves not just disliked and disreputable but ultimately irrelevant and replaceable.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 25, 2021

Our Purgatory Is Their Nirvana
One man’s anarchy is another’s road to justice.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 22, 2021

The Monetary Bathtub Is Overflowing
Many economists say inflation is transitory. It will be persistent.

Steve H. Hanke, John Greenwood, OBE | October 22, 2021

Latin American Unity Remains a Pipe Dream
Alvaro Vargas Llosa | October 22, 2021

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 | October 13, 2021

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