May 21, 2020
Commentary

Let Mass Home Schooling Unleash Innovation

The highly structured nature of formal schooling could inhibit creative thinking through the use of uniform curriculum, teaching to standardized tests, and policies that discipline even minor forms of disobedience.

Washington Examiner
May 20, 2020
Commentary

Americans Have Always Politicized Public Health

As humanity tackles the serious, global problems presented by the current pandemic, we should learn the lessons of the past and know that beating COVID-19 will require clear heads and a reliance on reason and data.

The American Conservative
May 20, 2020
Live Online Policy Forum

Don’t Forget People Living in Pain: War on Opioids and Chronic Pain Patients during COVID-19

Featuring Andrea Trescot, MD, Anesthesiologist, Pain Specialist, and former Director of Pain Fellowship, University of Florida, Gainesville, and University of Washington, Seattle; Kate Nicholson, JD, Civil Rights Attorney and Pain Patient Advocate; Richard Lawhern, PhD, Cofounder and Director of Research, Alliance for the Treatment of Intractable Pain; moderated by Jeffrey A. Singer, MD, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute.

Blog

Reflections on: “Dealing with Cyberattacks”

Most of the changes to the realm of cyberspace in the last 7 years has reinforced the lessons of Martin Libicki’s chapter: cyberspace is unlikely to be a national security problem.