Federal Vaccine Mandates Pose ...

Sep 13, 2021 by

There are issues of separation‐​of‐​powers and federalism, the Constitution’s structural protections for liberty. By Ilya Shapiro...

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Society Will Never Be Free of ...

Sep 1, 2021 by

Policymakers should accept the fact that COVID-19 will become endemic and adopt the vision of the harm reduction movement that grew...

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Transparency and School Choice...

Aug 24, 2021 by

Taxpayers should not have to pay once for public schools and a second time to see what, exactly, those schools are teaching. By...

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Public Schooling, Not Just Opp...

Jun 21, 2021 by

There are some reasonable justifications for opposing critical race theory. By Neal McCluskey On Tuesday, NBC News ran a long piece...

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What Happens If the Coronaviru...

Jun 7, 2021 by

If the lab leak hypothesis proves true, anti‐​China hawks in the United States will claim vindication—with good reason. By Ted Galen...

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If All Private Schools Permane...

Apr 19, 2021 by

The students affected by private school closures due to COVID outnumber most public school districts, despite generally taking better...

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Did US Policy Cause Half of “U...

Apr 16, 2021 by

By David J. Bier President Biden has continued a policy started by President Trump of “expelling” back to Mexico many asylum‐​seeking...

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Evidence Suggests Private Scho...

Mar 11, 2021 by

Capitol rioters were not more likely to have attended private schools. By Neal McCluskey For some people, a considerable worry about...

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Will Biden Turn Back the Clock...

Feb 16, 2021 by

Returning to ill‐​conceived policies in the name of social justice will end in tears, just as it did during the Great Recession....

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Personal Freedom on the Declin...

Dec 22, 2020 by

Personal freedom around the world has seen a notable decline since 2008, according to the Human Freedom Index 2020 published today by...

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U.S. Commercial Shipbuilding O...

Dec 2, 2020 by

The production of costly Jones Act ships is set to further decline. By Colin Grabow Perhaps the Jones Act’s most damaging provision...

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Will Biden Turn the Education ...

Nov 25, 2020 by

By David Boaz President‐​elect Biden is rumored to be considering a teachers union head to be his secretary of education. Since the...

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Both Libs and Cons Have Driven...

Sep 22, 2020 by

By ignoring the Constitution, we have torn down the bulwark intended to protect us from rule by a single government, or a single...

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Private Schools: COVID Enrollm...

Sep 3, 2020 by

There is still a lot of uncertainty on if private school enrollment is up or down during the pandemic. By Neal McCluskey – As...

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Federal Aid Dwarfs the Fall in...

Sep 3, 2020 by

The narrative that state‐​local services such as schools will collapse without more bailouts is false. By Chris Edwards – The...

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FDA Determined Convalescent Pl...

Aug 25, 2020 by

That’s the Way It Should Always Be The Food and Drug Administration released a clinical memorandum giving Emergency Use...

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The Tragic Legacy of World War...

Aug 20, 2020 by

By Doug Bandow – World War II, the most brutal, destructive, and murderous conflict in human history, was finally, mercifully...

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Fund Students Instead of Syste...

Aug 13, 2020 by

Sen. Rand Paul wants to help families find a route around the public school monopoly By Corey A. DeAngelis – Families need...

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America Can’t Contain China, b...

Jul 30, 2020 by

Why should the U.S. be the only one risking its homeland on behalf of its allies? By Doug Bandow – The COVID-19 crisis...

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ICE’s Online Class Policy For ...

Jul 14, 2020 by

By David J. Bier – Last week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced a new policy that creates...

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