The Bottom Line

Cato’s entitlement research demonstrates that consumers are better off when they, and not the government, are in charge of how their money is spent. This applies to health care, Social Security, and other areas where the government currently controls the dispersal of our tax dollars. In particular, Cato has been a longtime advocate of deregulating the health care industry, so that consumers can afford the health care insurance and treatment of their choice, and privatizing Social Security.

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14th Annual Constitution Day

14th Annual Constitution Day

One of the premier programs we present each year, Cato’s Constitution Day Symposium is a comprehensive critique of the Supreme Court’s just-concluded term, plus a look at the term ahead.

The program concludes with the annual B. Kenneth Simon Lecture, given this year by Steven G. Calabresi, Professor, Northwestern University School of Law.

Each attendee will also receive a free copy of the Cato Supreme Court Review: 2014-2015.

Full schedule and registration information

Special! 10 Copies for $10

Cato Pocket Constitution

To encourage people everywhere to better understand and appreciate the principles of government that are set forth in America’s founding documents, the Cato Institute published this pocket-size edition.

Annual Report

Cato’s 2014 Annual Report

The Cato Institute’s 2014 Annual Report is now available online for immediate viewing. This year’s Annual Report details Cato’s accomplishments, growth, and the wide range of initiatives taken over the past year. In addition, the Annual Report covers Cato’s rapid growth in media impact, multimedia output, publishing projects, and highlights issues Cato is energetically pursuing in the year ahead.

Cato in Times Square

Cato in Times Square

Individual liberty and limited government now light up Times Square. All summer long, Cato’s commitment to stopping the government from overspending, overregulating, policing the world, and invading our privacy will be shining down to passersby from a jumbo screen. To those visiting Cato’s site for the first time: Welcome! We hope you’ll take an opportunity to learn more about our work on the subjects you’ve seen on our screen, along with the wide range of other current, new, and emerging issues Cato scholars are exploring every day.