Donald Trump's top strategist said limited government Republicans are not "living in the real world."
In his 1951 essay “Neo-Liberalism and its Prospects,” Milton Friedman predicted a retreat of collectivism few saw coming.
Forget the housing bubble. These graphs show we're heading for some serious problems in the auto and student loan arenas.
Feminist author Fay Weldon suggests that it is men, not women, who can now claim victimhood status.
FEE's program recently was named by Forbes as a top summer high school program. Mention the word TAKEOUT in your scholarship application!
The New York Times has a habit of carelessly using the phrase 'far right,' Jeffrey Tucker writes.
A Florida creamery sues the government and wins the right to be truthful in its advertising.
When government gets involved in healthcare, everything looks like another number, another statistic.
Despite public perceptions to the contrary, extreme poverty has declined significantly, to the point where its end may actually be in sight.
The more government tries to “help,” the more the poor are denied choice, mired in dependency, exploited by bureaucrats and politicians.
Will this revolutionize the healthcare industry?
Donald Trump's budget director Mick Mulvaney has assembled a thoughtful array of cuts.
Sociologists, economists, geographers and historians describe the divide from different angles.
Did the English create the Famine on purpose as some have theorized?
The targeted cuts would have a positive impact beyond the US debt clock.
Two high values of the Left, diversity and welfare statism, are an unstable and electorally incompatible mix.
Full repeal ObamaCare’s health-insurance regulations would cause premiums to fall for the vast majority of consumers.
No one is talking about the real job-killer: technology.
Since the 2016 election, some Trump critics have trotted out data alleging that states that voted for Trump receive the most federal funding.
Washington is once again massively screwing up the American sugar market.
Let’s face it: not many young Americans – nor their parents – have $100,000 to throw at four years of college.
In 2001 Portugal shocked the world and voted to decriminalize all drugs in response to a growing heroin problem. The results are impressive.
"Our generation is becoming so busy trying to prove that women can do what men can do that women are losing their uniqueness."
Is it the case that every low-spending state performs better than those who dish out more money?
Compared to a generation ago, the cost per pupil is a bit staggering.
Harvard economist Greg Mankiw has banked an estimated $42 million for his textbook 'Principles of Economics,' reports say.
An entrepreneur who spent nearly a decade in ‘hard’ left movements explains why he abandoned the left.
Would more schools be wise to carve out a little time to teach these important “adulting” skills before kids graduate and move on to college?