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
Wanted: A Successful Collegiate Rent-Seeker
Lobbying has made American higher education fat and ineffective.
Richard K. Vedder · January 4, 2023
The Baleful Cargo of Woke Diversity Worship
Just as uniformity can result in both stability and stagnation, so too can diversity sometimes ensure either dynamism or bedlam.
Victor Davis Hanson · January 3, 2023