Policy

TikTok and Our Shadowbanned Future 

Will A.I. ever be able to discern ‘hate speech’ from ‘hated speech?’ 

My ‘Treason’ Charge and the New Right’s Governance Fantasy

‘Anti-elite’ statists have no plan for Leviathan’s systemic flaws.

Book Review: ‘The Next American Economy’ by Samuel Gregg

As the populist elements of the right and left converge on economics, a new text provides a much-needed corrective.

Progressives Push for a Ukraine Ceasefire

A group of Democrats is urging the White House to pursue a diplomatic end to Russia’s war as Republican support for Ukraine aid may be waning.

What’s Behind the Latest Strategic Petroleum Reserve Release?

With midterms looming, Biden’s anxious to bring down gas prices.

Get Ready For a Busy Lame Duck

Democrats may want to act on the debt ceiling and Ukraine aid, but that’s easier said than done.

How to Launch a Nuclear Strike

And other things I’ve been thinking about.

How Not to Fight COVID Learning Loss

A new study calls for $500 billion more than what was already spent on education-related pandemic relief.

How the Jones Act Sparked Calls of Treason

The recommendation, serious or not, underscores a surprising level of intensity around shipping policy.

What Can Be Done to Make Health Care More Efficient?

More government regulation is not the solution.

Off the Cuff Won’t Cut It, Mr. President

Joe Biden’s statements on Taiwan and Russia’s nuclear threat have consequences.

The Biggest Legal Flaw in Biden’s Student Loan Gambit

Courts will see right through the claim that it’s justified by the pandemic.