January 8, 2020
Commentary

The Wrong Kicks on Route 36

If the MLA has not helped service members, why extend it? The MLA is a cautionary tale — not a model — for consumer credit regulation. It seems ripe for repeal, not ready to extend to all consumers.

Real Clear Policy
Blog

Crescent Dunes: Another Green Flop

The lesson from political daydreams about green new deals such as Crescent Dunes is that the government’s track record at guiding our energy future has been pretty dismal.

Blog

Are Tech Companies Too Big?

Politicians and pundits are claiming that technology companies such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are damaging monopolies. A decent understanding of the dynamism in U.S. economic history reveals why aggressive antitrust policy makes no sense.