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
The COVID/Crypto Connection: The Grim Saga of FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried
Jeffrey Tucker · November 29, 2022
The GOP Needs to Go Back to Sound Principles on Free Enterprise, Small Government, and Legal Immigration
Alvaro Vargas Llosa · November 29, 2022
Fine. Blame Ticketmaster for the Taylor Swift Fiasco, but Dont Overlook the Fundamental Cause.
Art Carden · November 21, 2022
Let Them Compete: Labor Markets Are Workers Friends, Not Their Enemies
Art Carden · November 18, 2022
As California Schools Fall Even Further, A Charter School Shows How To Succeed
Lee E. Ohanian · November 17, 2022
Congress Must Fix the Electoral Count Act to Avert a Crisis
Several dangerous points of potential electoral failure, which were demonstrated by the abuse of the act after the 2020 presidential election, have not yet been addressed.
Ivan Eland · November 17, 2022
There Are 8 Billion People. We Should Celebrate Superabundance, Not Lament Overpopulation
Art Carden · November 16, 2022
Diabetic Complications and Economic Fundamentals
Raymond J. March, Byron B. Carson III · November 14, 2022
On Gas Prices, Simple Economics Trumps Bidens Partisan Agenda
Taxing the corporate-greed bogeyman wont decrease prices at the pump.
Alexander William Salter, Benjamin Powell · November 10, 2022
Vote Like a Woman
When You Vote, Remember Who Has Recently Most Hurt Women
Naomi R. Wolf · November 7, 2022
Permissible and Impermissible Incendiary Speech?
For many on the Left, what most see as incendiary and violent rhetoric is simply contextualized as the necessary talk of social justice.
Victor Davis Hanson · November 7, 2022
Michael Bloomberg Has Become the Advocate that Higher Education Needs the Most
Richard K. Vedder · November 3, 2022