Many economic think tanks espouse that national defense spending benefits Americans at large. It doesn’t. The notion that military spending "bolsters" the economy is yet another Keynesian fable.
Ryan, Tho, and Connor O'Keeffe talk about how the US government has punished Julian Assange for revealing American war crimes and corruption.
When capital cannot move to labor, labor will move to capital, and so protectionism acts as an impetus to greater migration. The answer is free trade.
While G.K. Chesterton and libertarian thinking were not always a match, Chesterton did make some libertarian contributions in his novel Manalive. Connor Mortell dives into that work.
When people say that “socialism doesn’t work,” what do they mean? To better examine and critique socialism, one should apply the socialists’ framework, which is alone worthy of condemnation.
Who Will Take Care of the Roads? Why, The Coercive, Substandard, and Monopolistic Government Department, That’s Who
When someone makes the “roads” argument for the presence of government, they fail to point out that the final government product is substandard and often a hazard to people who use those roads. There is a better way.
Ryan and Zach take a look at how the Pentagon is now lobbying for a "national defense industrial strategy."
Next month, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether New York regulatory authorities can target the NRA simply because of the organization’s political viewpoints.
With yet another round of student loan "forgiveness," President Biden is adding more air to the higher education bubble.
With food prices surging, real wages falling, and housing costs reaching record levels of unaffordability, look no further than the Fed for the real cause.