Plus: What's the most libertarian state?
The Extra Life author on past scientific breakthroughs, COVID-19 vaccines, and renewing trust and confidence in public health agencies.
A third-generation Marxist critiques the contemporary left and discusses what progressives and libertarians might have in common.
Scott Winship: Don't Believe Horror Stories About Fertility Rates, Income Inequality, and Economic Mobility
Americans have a reputation for being cockeyed optimists, but we're suckers when it comes to "declension narratives" about the fallen state of our world.
A member of the board (and a Cato Institute vice president) defends the controversial decision to kick the former president off the social media platform.
The Columbia linguist discusses his new book Nine Nasty Words and dismisses the ideological excesses of the 'anti-racism' movement.
Plus: Is the coronavirus vaccine the most libertarian vaccine yet?
How Axl Rose reflected a country desperate but unwilling to move on from a worn-out postwar consensus on national identity, gender roles, and global hegemony.
Also: Should D.C. be a state?
"At some point, a regulation or a law with the absolute best of intentions will be wielded by people who may not have the absolute best of intentions."
From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
From "power poses" to the self-esteem movement to implicit bias tests, Americans are suckers for bad ideas from psychologists.
We've got good news and bad news.
The culinary innovator behind Slapfish on what it's been like to run a business with government at all levels arbitrarily flipping the on-off switch.
It's a regulation-heavy Monday.
Technological breakthroughs mean we'll never again have to suffer with disasters like the novel coronavirus—if politicians will get out of the way.
Stanford University's Terry Moe and the Cato Institute's Gene Healy debate giving fast-track authority to U.S. presidents.
The Singapore-born journalist and free-speech activist says identity politics are destroying the media, higher ed, and Hollywood.
Joe Biden's spending bill is a Democratic Party wish list masquerading as a public health measure.
Ayn Rand Institute's Yaron Brook says yes, Whole Foods' John Mackey says no.
A new documentary and forthcoming biography pay tribute to the economist's intellectual fearlessness and commitment to empirical research.
The Atlantic writer says that illiberalism and the urge to shut down debate need to be confronted across the political spectrum.
The 33-year-old successor to Justin Amash's House seat says his party has abandoned limited government, economic freedom, and individualism.
The anthropologist and brand consultant explains why we need fewer blanket accusations of racism and more mutual respect and compassion.
We literally can't afford it.
The silver lining to disastrous education lockdowns? A massive increase in support for all sorts of student-centered reforms.
Black families need control of their children's K-12 education, says the Minnesota activist. The past year's lockdowns might just make that happen.
American Compass Executive Director Oren Cass vs. the Cato Institute's Scott Lincicome on whether the U.S. should increase its intervention in the manufacturing industry.
Techdirt's founder wants to give end users, not politicians and tech giants, more control over what we can say and see online.