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Here’s why the fantastical notion of a trillion-dollar coin appearing out of thin air to pay the bills is so appealing—and perilous. Gridlock in Washington

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Angel investing has recently become a pastime for everyone from school teachers, to dentists, to art curators, to kombucha makers. Here’s why that’s a

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he minimum wage could have tripped Quanesha Burks up at the starting line of her career. For Olympic jumper Quanesha Burks, the road to the

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The life expectancy gap between the rich and poor continues to increase in the US — even as the government now spends a trillion

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Coming to grips with the failure of lockdowns is important for several reasons. Dozens of studies show that lockdowns were an ineffective pandemic response. The

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When a government official can determine how essential someone’s livelihood is, everyone is vulnerable. A few months ago it may have been difficult to imagine

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India has an estimated 8 million people invested in cryptocurrencies. A blanket ban would be a very poor decision. The Indian government is expected to

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There are no solutions. There are only trade-offs. In a typical year the world emits over 51 billion tons of greenhouse gases, and as we

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New Zealand’s experience is one of numerous examples in which socialism caused ruin that capitalism then fixed. For producing both material goods and personal fulfillment,

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