The war on drugs makes it far too easy for corrupt police officers to plant evidence on people.
The real threat to free markets lies in the regulatory state.
Expanding education options through education savings accounts would help students and taxpayers alike.
Bryan W. Van Norden argues that the ignorant do not have a right to an audience.
Special interest politics is behind the Supreme Court’s decision.
The city of Seattle attempts to grapple with the crisis of economic prosperity.
One hidden cost of inflation is that it makes an increasingly large share of cash holdings and transactions subject to government surveillance.
If you wonder why prices at the gas pump have been climbing recently and are expected to continue to climb, look no further than the sharp drop in crude oil production in Venezuela, the Saudi Arabia of the Americas.
No parent should have to play “Mother, may I” with the state or federal government to enroll their child in a school they think is safe.
Teachers are not law enforcement officers, and as civilians under attack, they should not be expected to confront a shooter, and would almost surely be ineffective if they tried.