Adjuncts average $20-25k per year, receive no healthcare benefits, and usually go without a pension.
If Whole Foods sales are any indication, their strategy of catering to millennials isn't working - for an obvious reason.
The middle class has been hit hard in recent decades. But which policies have been responsible?
A wildly popular Idaho education program places money for college and other courses in the hands of middle and high school students.
American civic life is fracturing, and everyone knows it.
Baltimore’s new Democratic Mayor surprised her constituents by vetoing a minimum wage hike last week.
A number of Irish citizens were surprised to find out that selling Kerrygold butter — a line of butter produced in Ireland — is a crime in Wisconsin.
The change in meaning came about somewhere around 1900 in English speaking countries. Tragic, but it's more than just a definition disfigurement.
This is not about partisanship. It is about obtaining freer lives.
The gender wage gap is not as simple as either the defenders of markets or their feminist critics make it out to be.
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.