When Will Academia Account for Its Covid Failures?
We need universities to be robust centers of debate, not rigid enforcers of ideological conformity.
Scott W. Atlas · January 3, 2023
Perus Defining Moment: Its Government Rightly Prevented an Illegal, Leftist Coup
Alvaro Vargas Llosa · December 30, 2022
Are Universities Doomed?
Elite university degrees certify very little. And the secret is out.
Victor Davis Hanson · December 27, 2022
10 Steps to Save America
Yes, there is a way. But is there the will?
Victor Davis Hanson · December 20, 2022
The Money Supply and the Housing Market Are Joined at the Hip
Housing markets have reacted as the quantity theory of money would predict.
Steve H. Hanke, Dick Lepre · December 19, 2022
Analogical Reasoning and the Second Amendment
In historical inquiry, reasoning by analogy is a commonplace task for any lawyer or judge.
Stephen P. Halbrook · December 19, 2022
Should Courts Appoint Historians as Experts in Second Amendment Cases?
Courts, not experts, should say what the law is.
Stephen P. Halbrook · December 16, 2022
Did the Fourteenth Amendment Alter the Meaning of the Second Amendment?
1791, not 1868, is the key date for determining the original understanding of the Second Amendment.
Stephen P. Halbrook · December 15, 2022
When the Second Amendments Plain Text Covers Conduct, It Is Presumptively Protected
Stephen P. Halbrook · December 14, 2022
Americas Rifle, the AR-15 Is Protected by the Second Amendment
Stephen P. Halbrook · December 13, 2022
The Most Selfish Generation
Americans today cant match the achievements of the Greatest Generation.
Richard K. Vedder · December 13, 2022
Twitter Files Confirm Censorship of the Great Barrington Declaration
David Waugh, Phillip W. Magness · December 10, 2022
New California Law Will Cripple Its $20 Billion Fast-Food Industry
Californias new fast-food law establishes a politically appointed council with unprecedented power to regulate the industry by setting worker wages, hours, and other working conditions.
Lee E. Ohanian · December 9, 2022
Killer Robots: Another Example of War Coming Home to You
San Francisco just approved technology that would allow cops to use lethal force via remote control. Sound familiar?*
Abigail R. Hall Blanco, Christopher J. Coyne · December 8, 2022
Whos to Blame for the High Cost of Living?
Congress flails, the Fed professes responsibility, and taxpayers get stuck holding the bag.
Judy L. Shelton · December 7, 2022
Justice Alito Got It Right on Abortion and Stare Decisis
An important, but probably not the last word on Roe v. Wade
Ronald L. Trowbridge · December 7, 2022
If You Really Wanted to Destroy the United States, Then . . .
It would be hard to imagine any planned agenda to destroy America that would have been as injurious as what we already suffered the last two years.
Victor Davis Hanson · December 6, 2022
Yes, an Academic Free-Speech Conference Needed Protection from the Mob
A recent Stanford event was invitation-only for a reason.
Richard K. Vedder · December 6, 2022
Without crucial reforms, the NIAID boss Anthony Fauci will be neither gone nor forgotten.
K. Lloyd Billingsley · December 6, 2022
Dont Bet Against the Hong Kong Dollar
Currency boards are always a graveyard for speculators.
John Greenwood, OBE, Steve H. Hanke · December 5, 2022