Regulation and Policymaking
At the Cato Institute, Chris Edwards breaks down which states are the best for entrepreneurs and which are the worst.
At The North State Journal, Stephen Moore asks, “why did Biden’s Census Bureau add 2.5 million more residents to its count of blue state populations?”
At the Independent Institute, Chloe Anagnos explores the potential boom that smaller cities and towns may experience as a result of the exodus from big cities we witnessed during the lockdowns.
At the Cato Institute, Peter Van Doren makes the case for private organ markets.
At the American Institute for Economic Research, Phillip W. Magness analyzes the failure of Imperial College models of the pandemic to reflect what actually happened.
At the Cato Institute, Jeffrey Miron and Erin Partin argue in favor of letting the airlines, not the TSA, handle mask mandates.
Taxes and Spending
At the Media Research Center, Joseph Vazquez reports on backlash to an article in The New York Times claiming that Biden’s tax plan is not radical.
At the Cato Institute, Chris Edwards analyzes a fatal flaw with estate and wealth taxation.
At The Wall Street Journal, Daniel Henninger contends that ‘Democrats are killing The American Dream.’
At the Cato Institute, Jeffrey Miron and Pedro Braga Soares ask, ‘are antitrust measures forms of trustbusting or business-busting?’