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- Health and Social Services in the Post-Welfare State
Are Vouchers the Answer?
John Hall and William D. Eggers
August 1, 1995
- Housing Supply and Affordability
Do Affordable Housing Mandates Work?
Benjamin Powell and Edward Stringham
April 1, 2004
- How Government Building Codes and Construction Standards Discourage Recycling
March 1, 1996
- How to Spin Off Air Traffic Control
August 1, 1993
- How to Privatize Orange County's Airports
August 1, 1995
- How to Commercialize Air Traffic Control
February 1, 2001
- HOT Networks
A New Plan for Congestion Relief and Better Transit
Robert Poole and C. Kenneth Orski
February 1, 2003
- How to "Build Our Way Out of Congestion"
Innovative Approaches to Expanding Urban Highway Capacity
January 1, 1999
- High Occupancy Toll Lanes
Phasing in Congestion Pricing a Lane at a Time
Gordon J. Fielding and Daniel B. Klein
November 1, 1993
- How to Fix California's Public Pension Crisis
How the state's public pension system broke and how to fix it
June 3, 2010
- How the IPCC Reports Mislead the Public, Exaggerate the Negative Impacts of Climate Change and Ignore the Benefits of Economic Growth
Study finds climate change panel ignores its own findings and pushes plans that will prolong poverty for developing nations
Indur M. Goklany and Julian Morris
December 7, 2011
- How to Avoid Closing Washington State Parks (5/17)
- Give Managed Lane Conversions Time (5/16)
- Why is the CDC Being Anti-Science on State Liquor Privatization? (5/14)
- Louisiana Republicans Introduce Bills to Replicate Massachusetts's Pro-Union, Anti-Privatization “Pacheco Law” (5/9)
- 40th Anniversary of the Rockefeller Drug Laws: Time to Re-think Sentencing Policy (5/8)
Congressman Justin Amash discusses libertarian foreign policy, Austrian economics, civil liberties, abortion, and more.
No dissenter can ever rest assured he is safe from the arbitrary power of the IRS.
An audit of the agency’s behavior unearths disturbing new information.
So-called "ag gag" laws unconstitutionally target farm whistleblowers. Two recent decisions have dealt a serious blow to these laws.