Money

Traveling Backwards: Reparations and the Complications of History
2019-07-08

Why should taxpayers pay reparations for an institution our ancestors helped defeat?... Read more

Don’t Overlook Gen Z’s Creative Edge
2019-07-08

As baby boomers prepare to exit the workforce over the coming years, it will be incumbent on Generations X and Y to listen to and work collaboratively ... Read more

"Raise My Taxes" Really Just Means "Raise Others' Taxes"
2019-07-03

The Millionaires who say "tax me more" are really just trying to become popular by imposing new, harsher rules of the game.... Read more

The Deafening Silence on Social Security’s Looming Insolvency
2019-07-03

Social Security will become insolvent in just 16 years. Who says so? The people who run the Social Security Administration.... Read more

Trying to Regulate Online Speech Will Only Make Censorship Worse
2019-07-02

Government regulations are the real threat here, not social media companies’ policies...... Read more

Berlin's Government Is Making Housing Unaffordable
2019-07-02

In response to tight housing markets, the Berlin government has decided to make things worse through price controls and new regulations on housing cons... Read more

5 Things You Need from Your Job to Advance Your Career
2019-07-02

No matter what your boss or HR says, it is up to you to build your toolkit.... Read more

Abortionists Fighting FDA's Attempt to Protect Women? SHOCKING.
2019-07-01

75 abortion advocates wrote a letter to the FDA telling them that the abortion pill, RU-486, is above common regulation...... Read more

Scientists, Beer, and the Incentives of Government-Funded Research
2019-07-01

A major 2019 Canadian study found that alcohol was too cheap, its purchase was too convenient, and governments did not do enough to discourage its sale... Read more

San Francisco Becomes First US City to Ban Sale of E-Cigarettes, a Healthier Alternative to Smoking
2019-06-28

In San Francisco, vapers may be forced to cross city lines to buy e-cigarettes...... Read more

Two Thumbs up for the Trades
2019-06-28

Many young people labor under expectations regarding their careers...... Read more

What (Other) Economists Think About Democrats’ Education Plans
2019-06-28

What do economists have to say about Democrat plans to funnel more money into a government system of mass schooling?... Read more

Harvard Economics is Changing
2019-06-27

Economics at Harvard is changing for the worst...... Read more

NBA Draft Picks on How Escaping Broken Schools Was Critical to Their Success
2019-06-27

Nearly half of all 2019 NBA first- and second-round draft picks went to private schools...... Read more

Is the US Women’s Soccer Team Really Underpaid?
2019-06-26

The United States Soccer Federation denies the pay difference between male and female soccer players is related to sex.... Read more