The New York Times columnist is wrong about the proper size of government.
Is our system of federal and state environmental regulations necessary?
Trying to solve our economic problems with more stimulus is like the captain of the Titanic trying to solve his iceberg problems with more acceleration.
How free trade destroyed Britain’s economy.
Liberal investors have “socially responsible investment funds.” Now conservative investors have The Hayek Fund.
Were he alive today, Milton Friedman, Nobel laureate economist and founder of the national school choice movement, may have written his own list of grievances in response to the many outrageous actions taken by our government lately
As America continues to contemplate its trade mess, the question naturally arises how other developed nations manage to trade with the world without deficits and without turning high-wage industries into low-wage industries to compete. Although some developed nations have trade situations almost as bad as ours in recent years, some have been quite the opposite
Ghana is a typical example of the world’s worst-managed economies — These countries aren’t unlucky, they’re poor by design
Revisiting and reforming how the U.S. approaches economics
Citizens must actively participate in their local government if they want the politics and policies of the day to truly change at its core
It’s been a year since Stephen Moore’s article, ‘Atlas Shrugged: from Fiction to Fact in 52 Years,’ seemed to ignite an explosion of interest in Ayn Rand. Sales of this prescient novel tripled; two Rand biographies have been selling like hotcakes; and references to her in the media have skyrocketed. Yet, some free-market defenders continue to repudiate her and her ideas, as they have for decades. It used to be conservatives such as William F. Buckley of National Review trashing ‘Atlas Shrugged’