The school-choice scholar and activist explains why "backpack funding" is here to stay, why Texas is terrible on school choice, why CRT bans are a bad idea, and why even non-parents should care about radical reform.
We’re likely to be poorer, distrustful, and less free for years to come.
If the pandemic is over, then how is the supposed emergency move justified?
Spending Down $12 Million in Pandemic Relief Money on an Immigration Stunt Isn't 'Responsible Fiscal Policy'
Ron DeSantis paid for the Martha's Vineyard migrant flights through interest earned on American Rescue Plan money, which he's said was designed "to bail out the poorly governed states.”
Gov. Jay Inslee says Washington state's COVID-19 emergency will finally come to an end on October 31.
Teachers unions and progressive politicians pushed for school closures during the pandemic. New assessments of 9-year-olds suggest a devastating learning loss.
The GOP has understandably cast Anthony Fauci as a villain, but there are few plans to overhaul public health bureaucracies.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Who Defended COVID Lockdowns in Court Now Says They Were a Mistake
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is trying to retcon two years of bad policy.
The proper response to one failed bailout is not another bailout of a different group.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and the D.C. Council will force all public school students ages 12 and up to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
In the Bay Area and in Los Angeles County, authorities are quickly learning there's little public will to follow their mandates.
"This research was a dangerous type of research that should have been reviewed," said Paul. "It wasn't."
NYC and San Francisco Prioritize 'First Doses First' for Monkeypox Vaccine. Why Won't the CDC Do the Same?
The CDC and FDA, when confronted with scarce vaccine supply, refuse to learn from their COVID-19 mistakes.
More airline workers and more flights—not bailouts and restrictions on mergers—is the better policy.
So much for “fuck you, I won’t do what you tell me.”
"Have we disproven the 'lab leak' theory? No, we have not."
Anthony Fauci Says If We Could Do It Again, COVID-19 Restrictions Would Be 'Much, Much More Stringent'
The White House's coronavirus adviser answered questions about mask mandates, gain of function research, and more.
San Diego schools chief demonstrates once again that Democratic-controlled urban districts will be the first to add COVID restrictions—and subtract students.
Plus: The story of a 10-year-old rape victim who sought an abortion is confirmed, inflation hits a record 9.1 percent, and more...
The political class still hasn't come to grips with the idea that subsidies don't fight inflation.
Time for a new Operation Warp Speed?
Democrats passed trillions in pandemic relief but continue to cry poor.
The WHO said it will rename the virus after researchers complained that the current name is "stigmatizing" and "discriminatory."
The policy, which only applied to people entering the country by air, not by land, was always ill-conceived. Good riddance.
But the Chinese government continues to stonewall independent investigations.
Travelers and families find that some officials just can’t let go of pandemic powers.
China's "COVID zero" policy looks a lot like house arrest for Shanghai's 25 million residents who are only just now beginning to experience glimmers of freedom.
"Government restrictions came in, which literally shut us down," says Paul Smith, who co-owns Red Stag Tattoo in Austin, Texas.
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund Replenishment Act would give restaurants another $42 billion in grants to cover the lingering costs of the pandemic.
More than 25 million people remain locked down in Shanghai, with Guangzhou—a city of 18 million—looking primed to follow.
Under COVID Lockdown, Shanghai's People Are Running Out of Food and Meds While Pets Get Killed in the Streets
As officials forcibly separate parents from their COVID-positive children, criticism of the CCP mounts.
The controversial public health order will finally meet its end after U.S. immigration officials used it to carry out 1.7 million expulsions.
"In practical terms, COVID-19 poses zero threat to the G.W. community."
Plus: A "right" to avoid shaming and shunning? A win for private property rights in Tennessee. And more...
Meanwhile the FDA dawdles over second boosters as new COVID-19 wave approaches
Q&A with Dr. Vinay Prasad, a practicing hematologist-oncologist and associate professor in the department of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco
Like the war on drugs and the war on terror before it, the war on COVID is a futile, deeply destructive campaign, and Americans want out.
The cost of 'free' tests is really going up when you look at insurance premiums.
Most of the $800 billion Paycheck Protection Program went to business owners, not preserving jobs, according to a new study.