Real Heroes: Peter Fechter
MAY 29, 2015 by Lawrence W. Reed
Peter Fechter and the 253 others who died at the Berlin Wall are real heroes. They deserve to be remembered.
Progressives and politicians think they have a magic wand
MAY 28, 2015 by Sandy Ikeda
In everyday life, it's usually impossible to ignore the existence of scarcity. But politicians and progressives have made a cottage industry out of wishing scarcity away.
Are mountains out of molehills proof the world’s getting better?
MAY 27, 2015 by Steven Horwitz
A recurring theme of recent human history is that the less of something bad we see in the world around us, the more outrage we generate about the remaining bits.
It is a crime to buy or sell a real health care plan
MAY 26, 2015 by Warren C. Gibson
If you tried to offer a real health insurance policy, they might throw you in jail.
When it comes to life-saving drugs, we need more than modest reform
MAY 25, 2015 by Bartley J. Madden
There is an invisible graveyard filled with people who have suffered and died because of drug lag and drug loss.
Real Heroes: Fanny Crosby
MAY 22, 2015 by Lawrence W. Reed
The most revered woman in late 19th-century America was popular as much for her perseverance in the face of a horrific obstacle as for all the many good deeds she performed.
Is the next Matt Murdock in the mirror?
MAY 21, 2015 by Sarah Skwire
If we could get past this urge to wish that politicians were superheroes, ready to sweep in and save us, maybe we could begin to think of ourselves as the accidental not-so-super heroes we have been waiting for.
The empirical failures of Krugman’s macroeconomic model
MAY 20, 2015 by Robert P. Murphy
Paul Krugman claims he has been "right about everything." And yet, he has been utterly wrong on so many things. We catalog his mistakes here for your reading pleasure.
Shy Tories, closet conservatives, and latent libertarians
MAY 18, 2015 by B.K. Marcus
In the flux and flow of electoral politics, Britons and Americans alike are familiar with the outspoken left and the shy right, as libertarians remain in limbo.
In defense of insider trading
MAY 18, 2015 by Alexandre Padilla
Preventing insiders from using their unique knowledge distorts signals that stock prices send to market participants. That can lead to market instability and corporate scandals.