How Privacy Regulation Can Emerge from the Data Dark Ages

Americans grow increasingly paranoid with data because corporations continue to collect it by the boatloads. ... Read more

How Corruption in Forensic Science is Harming the Criminal Justice System

"Forensic science is vulnerable to distortions caused by corruption or misconduct."... Read more

How Gun Control Became an Instrument of Tyranny in Venezuela

Is Venezuela paying the price for adopting gun control?... Read more

What Might Have Been: Russia's Missed Opportunity of 1917

"Today, more than 100 years later, the world is still paying the price for that fateful event that changed the course of twentieth-century history."... Read more

How Congress Can Take a Step Toward Trade Stability

Congress has some trade decisions to make.... Read more

“That Wasn't Real Socialism”: A Better Way to Respond to the Claim

If socialists insist that "real socialism" has never been tried, it follows that neither has "real capitalism."... Read more

Why Europe Leads the World in Arms Trading on the Dark Web

Numbers by the Switzerland-based Small Arms Survey show that unregistered weapons outnumbered legal ones in 2017 by 44.5 million to 34.2 million.... Read more

Entrepreneurship Lifts Cambodia from the Clutches of Extreme Poverty in a Single Generation

So long as there is peace and political stability in Cambodia, the future is looking bright for this growing economy.... Read more

WATCH: Why Trump Won

President Trump may be called a "populist," but at its core, conservatism is about serving the people.... Read more

Can Local Solutions Succeed Where Foreign Aid Has Failed?

Where top-down economic planning fails, spontaneous ground-up order prevails.... Read more

Maduro Consolidates His Dictatorship in Venezuela

The dictator has shown no pretense of relinquishing control.... Read more

The Man Who Created the German Economic Miracle

With the post-war German economy in ruins, a little-known economist named Ludwig Erhard suggested a bold kick start: replace the old currency with the... Read more

The Irony of a Congressman's Proposal to Exempt Police from His “Assault Weapons” Ban

If the intent is to reduce deaths by firearms, then law enforcement should be the first to hand in their “assault weapons.”... Read more

Watch the Growth of the World’s 10 Largest Economies over the Last 60 Years

GDP is one of the best metrics we have to measure economic growth and living standards.... Read more

NY Knicks Player Won’t Go To London with Team Over Fear Of Turkish President

New York Knicks center, Enes Kanter, decides not to play in international game in London due to fear of assassination over clashing political beliefs t... Read more

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