Will Bidens Support for the Iran Protests Backfire?
Although Bidens policy of active assistance for the Iranian protesters is not as aggressive as Trumps assassination of Qassem Soleimani, it might be as dangerous.
Ivan Eland · October 10, 2022
How San Francisco Can Solve Its Homelessness Problem
A campus-based model in San Antonio suggests a path forward.
Lawrence J. McQuillan · October 4, 2022
Gov. Newsom Is Right to Oppose Proposition 30, A Destructive Tax Increase
Luka Ladan · October 3, 2022
Remembering Hate Speech
What we used to know as hate speech is now presidentially acceptable speech, and what has followed from it is no surprise.
Victor Davis Hanson · September 30, 2022
Americas Expensive Gamble On Electrical Vehicles Wont Move The Climate Needle
Lee E. Ohanian · September 28, 2022
Marthas Meltdown Model
The Marthas Vineyard experience marks a unique opportunity for modern bicoastal progressivism.
Victor Davis Hanson · September 26, 2022
Special Master Ruling Smacks of Excessive Reverence for the Imperial Presidency
Ivan Eland · September 22, 2022
Is Latin America Beyond Hope?
Despite a glimmer of hope in Chile, its prospects are dire.
Alvaro Vargas Llosa · September 21, 2022
Harris Skipped Her Homework on Abortion and the Constitution
Ronald L. Trowbridge · September 15, 2022
Medicare Prescription Drugs: A Case Study in Government Failure
John C. Goodman · September 14, 2022
Prohibition Is A Bad Way to Deal with Flavored Tobacco
William F. Shughart II, Josh T. Smith · September 13, 2022
The Verdict Is in for El Salvadors Bitcoin Experiment: It Failed
Caleb Hofmann, Steve H. Hanke · September 13, 2022
Next PM Must Guarantee Britain Never Locks Down Again
Steve H. Hanke, Steve Baker · September 13, 2022