What today’s academics write, and what journals treat as neutral science, tends to reinforce only one side of the political spectrum.
How can a college criticize the hoaxers but revere ridiculous journals that publish nonsense? The real “hoax” is on students who pay thousands of dollars for useless degrees in fields that end in “studies.”
Consumers pay more and almost every food business suffers because a few big sugar companies have the political clout to get themselves a sweet deal.
Last week Rep. Nancy Pelosi warned President Donald Trump that if he declared an "emergency" to build a wall, "think what a president with different values can present... Why don't you declare (the epidemic of gun violence in America) an emergency, Mr. President? I...
The key for many students is to follow their own interests, rather than following orders.
People in San Francisco often claim to be concerned about helping the poor. But their many laws make life much tougher for the poor.
Football is popular enough to thrive without politicians subsidizing it.
School Choice Week isn’t just about letting kids and parents choose where they go to school. It also means being able to choose what ideas they learn — including the concept of choice itself.
This government shutdown is now longer than any in history. The media keep using the word "crisis." "Shutdown sows chaos, confusion and anxiety!" says The Washington Post. "Pain spreads widely." The New York Times headlined, it's all "just too much!" But wait. Looking...
Drug prohibition has worked out as badly as alcohol prohibition did nearly 100 years ago.
For years, I've heard American leftists say Sweden is proof that socialism works, that it doesn't have to turn out as badly as the Soviet Union or Cuba or Venezuela did. But that's not what Swedish historian Johan Norberg says in a new documentary and Stossel TV...
The more we get accustomed to settling our disagreements with words, even offensive words, the less we need to settle disputes with fists and swords.
Bezos knows a higher minimum wage will hurt his competitors more than it hurts him.
“You don’t need the government to dictate how to live your life, how much money you should make, how your family should be treated.”
Politicians aren’t qualified to regulate the internet. The free market under a rule of law is.
Americans who might make the rational choice to pick e-cigarettes over burning tobacco are now more likely to be killed by conventional cigarettes.
The Pilgrims nearly starved to death. They’d tried to farm collectively — the entire community owning all the land and sharing everything, like socialists.
People say America has free-market health care, but we don’t, and we haven’t since World War II. Government and government-subsidized insurance companies currently spend most of America’s health dollars.
If a Kavanaugh Court moves even a little in the direction of restraining government, that’s progress.
When social media platforms only pick certain politically disfavored positions to add Wiki links to, they skew debate.
I’m glad Twitter purges robots and Facebook bans posts that call for direct violence (that’s illegal, after all). But I worry when big media companies start policing content.
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