This is what it looks like when a political party's branches start to go their own way.
The outrage over Rishi Sunak's health care choices reveals the dire state of the National Health Service.
Alex Nowrasteh of the Cato Institute provides what may be the best short summary of the evils of nationalism.
Private property was the solution to their failed experiment. But people keep repeating the Pilgrims' mistakes.
Many Americans don’t seem to like any economic systems, and they’re no closer to agreement.
Alas, the Russians never forgave him.
The 54,000-word draft document is a feeding frenzy of political interests looking to codify special rights and privileges.
The 'conscious capitalism' innovator on overregulation, COVID mandates, and why he will be speaking his mind much more freely when he retires.
Voters will hopefully come to their senses and reject a radical, left-wing constitution.
Keeping Out Hitler: Can Immigration Restrictions be Justified by the Need to Exclude Individuals who Might Cause Extraordinary Harm?
Critics of immigration restrictions often cite immigrants who make extraordinary contributions to the society. But what about the opposite case of immigrants who cause massive harm (like Hitler)? The argument deserves to be taken seriously. But it's ultimately much weaker than it seems.
Even socialist kibbutzniks can come to appreciate the benefits of markets when given a chance to directly compare them to socialism.
Colombia Could Have Had a Coke-Legalizing, TikTok-Famous President. They Elected a Socialist Instead.
President-elect Gustavo Petro could easily take Colombia in an illiberal direction.
Political philosopher Chris Freiman makes the case.
St. Paul has seen a 61 percent decrease in building permits after the city imposed rent control on future housing.
A new book vividly portrays human beings coping with daily existence in a disintegrating society but offers an incoherent analysis of what went wrong.
The Polish-born artist is creating "heroic portraits" of machines and defending individualism and creative expression in Silicon Valley.
The racist Buffalo mass murderer's ideology drew on dangerous ideas common on both the ethnonationalist right and the far left.
Compact brings "labor populism" and "political Catholicism" under one roof.
The former Texas congressman and presidential candidate says his goal was to get people to think about freedom.
Accusations that a Miami attorney “scammed” Venezuelan asylum seekers speak volumes about the cruelty of the U.S. immigration system.
Something to be grateful for.
Today's highly successful space race "is not something for two billionaires to be directing," says Sanders, who favors the government spending taxpayer money to do the same damn thing (but more slowly).
The policies and technologies they reject as "false solutions" would actually work to mitigate climate change.
In Buffalo, incumbent Byron Brown staged a successful write-in campaign against DSA-backed candidate India Walton. Elsewhere in the country, DSA candidates won their local races.
The pick lends ammunition to those who have warned of a slippery slope toward socialism.
The idea that massive government spending, hate speech laws, and gun control will improve America—when they failed horribly elsewhere—is a dangerous myth.
The two are idolizing the wrong models.
Election winner Pedro Castillo plans to end the country’s successful free market reforms.
A third-generation Marxist critiques the contemporary left and discusses what progressives and libertarians might have in common.
Ignore the hype: Latin American immigration is (still) the city’s greatest strength.
Jacobin's Ben Burgis says yes, Soho Forum's Gene Epstein says no.
Costly mistakes have allowed socialism to rise again in the 21st century.
Economist Meir Kohn explains how kibbutz life helped him understand the flaws of socialism and the value of property rights.
Will Ecuador make the same mistake Venezuela already suffered through with dedollarization?
Venezuela has the world’s largest proven oil reserves. It's out of gasoline.
The Harvard economist explains how to expand opportunity for the young by deregulating housing, labor, and education.