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Corporal Punishment At Home And At School

Corporal Punishment At Home And At School September 18, 2014

To end adult violence against children at home, let’s start by banning it at school.

China’s Captive Market Captures Foreign Businesses

China’s Captive Market Captures Foreign Businesses September 17, 2014

China is like Hotel California: You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.

A Judicial Thumb On Democracy’s Scale

A Judicial Thumb On Democracy’s Scale September 16, 2014

In Washington state, the Supreme Court unwisely seeks to turn the Legislature into its own administrative arm.

How To Blow $13 Billion In 30 Minutes

How To Blow $13 Billion In 30 Minutes September 15, 2014

A lot went wrong at the Macondo well blowout, but should 30 minutes of inaction really cost $13 billion?

Obama Oozes Back To Iraq

Obama Oozes Back To Iraq September 12, 2014

George W. Bush used a military surge to stabilize Iraq. His successor is not a surging sort of president.

Kicking The Can Again

Kicking The Can Again September 11, 2014

The president loves to say whatever is convenient while masking his true intentions – when he has any, that is.

Why Vegas Prospers While Atlantic City Shrivels

Why Vegas Prospers While Atlantic City Shrivels September 10, 2014

Las Vegas’ prosperity shows that Atlantic City is suffering from more than competition for gamblers’ dollars.

A Summer Camp That Offers Lifelong Independence

September 9, 2014

Adults with disabilities are twice as likely to be self-employed as others. A Florida summer camp teaches how to succeed.

The Best Rationing System Requires No Rationing

The Best Rationing System Requires No Rationing September 8, 2014

We could save thousands of lives each year by allowing a free market in transplantable kidneys. A misdirected sense of morality is stopping us.

It Isn’t News; It’s Theft

It Isn’t News; It’s Theft September 5, 2014

Distributing hacked personal photos of celebrities isn’t journalism. It is trafficking in stolen goods, and reputable businesses will steer clear.

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