By Christopher A. Preble. Rare. July 22, 2014.
If a particular foreign policy goal isn’t worth risking open warfare with another nation-state, then it probably isn’t worth risking a war started surreptitiously, and waged poorly, by proxies.
By Andrew J. Coulson. Education Next. July 22, 2014.
Slate published a critique of Sweden’s school choice program that managed to be both inaccurate and fallacious.
By Gene Healy. DC Examiner. July 22, 2014.
Maybe conservatives should take a break from chest-thumping about American Exceptionalism and focus on restoring the limits to government power that made us exceptional in the first place.
By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. July 22, 2014.
Corruption will continue until Congress reforms the civil service so that government employees are not treated as an exempt class from the rules that apply to everyone else.
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Washington Post (Online). July 21, 2014.
How much more death, violence, and social upheaval must be inflicted on Latin America before U.S. officials concede that the current prohibition experiment has been a disaster?
By Doug Bandow. Forbes. July 21, 2014.
ISIL so far does not pose the sort of security, let alone an existential, threat to America requiring military action.