If students could complete their education a year faster, the many benefits would include increased personal wealth, decreased government spending, and more sustainable entitlement programs.
For a long while we have not been seeing college basketball at its best — the coaches are unpleasant and the most talented college-age players aren’t playing college ball. Still, I’ll be watching a goodly share of March Madness.
Is it possible for the legal profession to reform itself?
The new Human Freedom Index reminds us there is much work to do to restrain the leviathan and expand liberty in the twenty-first century — at home and abroad.
NASA has decided that private enterprise will have to take on the job of reaching Mars. A new generation of space-minded tycoons is ready for the mission. We can do it.
Congress is likely to follow precedent and bypass the new health care law’s draconian payment cuts to doctors and hospitals, causing the law's cost to balloon by trillions of dollars.
It’s unlikely that banks and government can be disentangled, but a healthier relationship could begin with a new approach to credit guarantees.
In the debate over government spending, two main schools of thought dominate airtime, but an honest account should include two more — today’s moderates and yesterday’s statesmen.
Would you rather save for retirement by building equity in a house or by putting money in an underfunded government program?
President Obama has suddenly embraced a highly problematic trade agenda for his second term.
No Labels’ goal of arguing less and getting more things done is not simply wrong but dangerous too. Instead, this country needs to vigorously debate how a free society is supposed to function, with the people ultimately deciding the victor.
Republicans don’t want to ask multimillionaires to pay a penny more in taxes. Isn’t that proof that the Republican Party is the party of the rich, as liberals have always argued?
With more audacious leadership among Venezuela’s democrats and intelligent solidarity from abroad, an anti-U.S. narcostate could be replaced with a friendly, democratic, and prosperous ally.
A factual analysis reveals a modern-day America that is much closer to a European socialist-style economy than to a capitalist frontier.
How much can you trust the word of government officials? How much about the financial future can central bankers or anybody know? Consider the lessons of these 10 quotations.
It’s easy to think that the grass is greener abroad, but when it comes to broadband being delivered efficiently, there’s no place like home.
What schools can learn from barbeque restaurants.
A closer look at bank leverage.
Our politicians seem more focused on winning the next election or reducing the budget deficit than on preventing the next war. The result may be a disinvestment in defense that ends up costing more than it saved.
What to think when a player looks like a rocker, a Fiat mechanic, a cable guy, a terrorist — anything but the very competitive athlete he is.