APRIL 10, 2015 by Richard Lorenc
The man who helped create modern computing and the modern age
How government intervention is destroying higher ed
APRIL 10, 2015 by Antony Davies, James R. Harrigan
Government acts as if a college degree causes, rather than results from, success.
The business of education beats the bureaucracy of schooling
APRIL 09, 2015 by Howard Baetjer Jr.
Small private schools are already educating many of the poorest children in the developing world -- and a big profit-seeking company is about to give them a run for their money.
History and politics are impossible to predict
APRIL 08, 2015 by Jeffrey A. Tucker
Everything we know about government suggests that the presidency is not the way to enhance liberty.
"New Socialism" looks and feels just like the old kind
APRIL 08, 2015 by David Boaz
It's been said, "If you tried socialism in the Sahara, you'd get a shortage of sand."
APRIL 08, 2015 by Daniel Bier
How Thomas Piketty built his famous inequality "Franken-chart."
Further thoughts on disruptive technology and permissionless innovation
APRIL 07, 2015 by Max Borders
Creative disruption lets millions of people compete to make things better, faster, and cheaper for all of us.
Ridesharing doesn't need more regulation
APRIL 07, 2015 by Howard Baetjer Jr.
Ridesharing started, grew up, and flourished without government's "help."
Messy tax codes trick voters about what they're paying — and who is benefiting
APRIL 06, 2015 by Antony Davies, James R. Harrigan
Taxes are complex because politicians and special interests like it that way.
He “gave back” by creating
APRIL 03, 2015 by Richard Lorenc
Jobs did more good for the world by making money than he ever could have by giving it away.