We are shocked—shocked!—that punitive politics might have played a role in the tax bill. Then again, not really.
How big of a role do we Americans want to play in the world?
The capitalist economy is facilitating a sharing revolution in transportation that would make Karl Marx blush.
the district’s problems illustrate a larger issue: How should different levels of government work together to provide K-12 education?
Any choice you make implies you forgo some alternative. The value of that next-best alternative is the cost of the choice.
Apparently, Trump thinks he is declaring war on foreigners. But in reality, he is declaring war on Americans.
An underappreciated principle of economics is the fungibility of resources.
Why are unpopular regulations passed in the first place? And why are they so persistent? Three words: special interest politics.
Like with any policy, some benefit and some lose from immigration, but the overall effect is positive.
A statistic presented to buttress a particular political argument can, through a simple mathematical transformation, support an entirely different point of view.
Just how much should public officials offer in their bid to lure Amazon?
The best way to reform Medicaid is to decentralize the decision-making process to allow states to experiment with many options.
Bitcoin is a speculative asset. People demand bitcoins today because they expect someone will pay a higher price tomorrow. We have seen this movie before.
What we like best about the new federal tax law is that it reduces marginal tax rates for almost all taxpayers, both individual and corporate.
the controversy over the Yellowwood Back Country Area in Brown County raises an interesting question: Should conflicts over public land be resolved through a political or market process?
The movement to modify licensing requirements for public schoolteachers is coming to Indiana. It’s about time.
The pilgrims discovered the hard way the weaknesses in the communal-property-rights model.
it looks like the GOP will do what it has always done: Offer zero taxes to an increasing proportion of the population to buy growth-enhancing tax cuts elsewhere.