Steve Davies describes what he believes is, today, not a collapse of democracy but realignment.

In this short radio interview, my intrepid Mercatus Center colleague Veronique de Rugy discusses Elizabeth Warren’s scheme for Social Security.

Jeff Jacoby wonders why there is no more clamor over the gargantuan and growing indebtedness of the U.S. government. A slice:

For the first time since World War II, the government’s debt ($22.02 trillion) is bigger than America’s entire economy ($21.06 trillion).

Tim Worstall offers some adult advice to St. Greta of Stockholm. A slice:

Economic growth is not a problem in beating climate change, it’s the cause of doing so.

Mark Perry summarizes some of the many failed predictions of environmental calamity.

Arthur Diamond sings the praises of market-tested innovation.

David Bier argues that legal immigration will resolve America’s real border problems.

Richard Epstein laments California’s assault on the gig economy.


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