Kids need more space to explore weird pastimes and obsessions.
Michael Morrison used to be a boxer. Now he brawls with zoning boards and tax collectors.
Families are leaving traditional schools in record numbers for pods, homeschooling, charters, and more.
The Shaky Case for State Bailouts
Governments should prepare for emergencies by cutting spending during flush times.
Bourgeois Libertarianism Could Save America
Don't underestimate the civilization-saving powers of respecting private property and generally minding your own business.
The state's electricity grid operators warned in 2019 that power shortages might become increasingly common when heat waves hit in the coming years.
Despite fears that a pandemic-ravaged economy would force renters from their homes in droves, evictions were down nationwide at the end of summer.
Armed with the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the far-reaching guarantees of liberty and equality that they contained, Douglass took the fight directly to the slaveholders.
Amirani argues that the 1953 coup became the "playbook" for future U.S. covert actions in countries such as Guatemala, Vietnam, and Chile.
Brickbats: December 2020
News of politicians, police, and bureaucrats behaving badly from around the world