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In the wake of the Afghanistan debacle, which could have been avoided with even a hint of Executive Branch foresight, President Biden needed a win. And how did he chase that much-needed win? He ordered some 80 million American citizens to get vaccinated. This he...

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, continue to cast a long shadow over American life. Twenty years later, at home and abroad, the world is more chaotic and less free because the U.S. government exploited our fear to erode our liberties and launch two...

(Don Boudreaux) TweetIn my latest column for AIER I marvel at the deep insight that economics, well-taught and well-learned, gives us into reality. A slice: But even many economists whose introduction to economics was as splendid as was my own are nevertheless reluctant to endorse laissez-faire...

Do markets make the conditions for moral action possible? To answer to this question, I will develop the normative implications of competition in the market process. As a value-free science, positive economics illustrates the economic consequences of different forms of competitive behavior for resource allocation...

Sri Lanka’s President abruptly banned chemical fertilizers earlier this year in a bid to become 100% organic. The ban has resulted in reduced production and soaring prices that, together with declining tourism and the pandemic, have created an economic crisis. According to major Sri Lankan tea...

The new "woke" movement hurts minorities by pushing a "victim" mentality, says professor John McWhorter, author of "Woke Racism."---- So you don’t miss the weekly video from Stossel TV, sign up here: https://ift.tt/37hRbtg ----Ibram Kendi, the media's favorite race “expert" says: "Every person, every idea...