Upon deeper inspection, it seems the conventional arguments against right-to-try come up short.
Black Panther is sprinting toward the 1 billion dollar mark in revenues after just two weekends, and its box-office success is well-earned. As a film, Black Panther is excellent in most elements, from its casting, to the studio’s investment in a well-rounded story, to the progression of the movie’s characters, to the commitment to…
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Blight, the Yale historian, is hardly unique in his misrepresentation of the classical liberal tradition.
Are there any gun regulations that would actually work?
Right-to-try laws only apply to terminally ill patients who have exhausted all other options.
Many libertarians have embraced the slogan “taxation is theft.”
The danger of seeing the stock market as a measure of political performance is that the government will be tempted to intervene.
Technological advancements continue to provide cheaper and more effective solutions for healthcare’s most difficult problems.
February is African-American History Month in the United States and Canada. This series of events celebrating African-American achievements and their experience has been controversial since it was founded by historian Carter G. Woodson on a smaller scale as Negro History Week in 1926. Nevertheless, regardless of where one falls on its importance, the month provides…
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An often-forgotten provision of Obamacare was its take-over of the federal student loan program.