Quantcast
728 x 90
728 x 90
728 x 90
728 x 90
728 x 90



  • Foreign health care is no model for the United States

    Foreign health care is no model for the United States0

    • September 21, 2017

    by Linda Gorman Repealing ObamaCare would produce better outcomes for patients, those who care for them, and those who pay their bills. To understand why, policy makers must recognize that national expenditures on health care are not the same as health care costs, admit that international comparisons omitting the costs of waiting lists are invalid,

    READ MORE
  • Why removing historical monuments is a bad idea

    Why removing historical monuments is a bad idea0

    • September 20, 2017

    by Rob Natelson While most Americans watch helplessly, our stateside Taliban vandalizes and removes long-standing public monuments. As some commentators point out, the destruction weakens our consciousness of history, including history’s darker side. Even more importantly, however, erasing monuments of once-revered figures upsets an unspoken but long-prevailing consensus governing our decisions of whom to commemorate. The consensus

    READ MORE
  • State protection for citizen rights should temper ‘local control’

    State protection for citizen rights should temper ‘local control’0

    • September 13, 2017

    So when is local control good in reality rather than merely as a slogan?

    READ MORE
  • The slow, poisonous creep of government intrusion

    The slow, poisonous creep of government intrusion0

    • September 1, 2017

    You know how in a good spy movie the spy has spent years building up a tolerance to some deadly poison, so when he poisons all the drinks, his victims die, but he doesn’t? Well, using that as mental model … It finally happened. The TSA Pre-Check line at Denver International Airport was longer than

    READ MORE
  • Colleges shouldn’t have the right to infringe on free speech

    Colleges shouldn’t have the right to infringe on free speech0

    • August 28, 2017

    by Zach Adams This year the Colorado legislature, with broad bipartisan support, banned publicly funded colleges from stifling their students’ right to free speech and assembly. The new law addresses a serious problem that has plagued Colorado. Under the new law, colleges may not punish students because of their expression. “Expression” is defined as “verbal

    READ MORE
  • The racist origin of gun control laws

    The racist origin of gun control laws0

    • August 22, 2017

    by Dave Kopel and Joseph Greenlee Guns have historically protected Americans from white supremacists, just as gun control has historically protected white supremacists from the Americans they terrorize. One month after the Confederate surrender in 1865, Frederick Douglass urged federal action to stop state and local infringement of the right to arms. Until this was

    READ MORE