Property rights, not eminent domain, first function of good government
Ray Nothstine, Jones & Blount
Like all inherent rights, the right to private property tends to erode with the growth of government. While the American framers did not agree on everything, they were universal in their agreement that personal freedom and property rights were inseparable.
The Impossible (Pipe) Dream—Single-Payer Health Reform
Henry J. Aaron, Inside Sources
Single-payer health reform is a dream because, as the old joke goes, ‘you can’t get there from here.’
Marriage, Poverty and the Political Divide
Andrew L. Yarrow, New York Times
There remains some argument among lawmakers over which Americans should be able to marry, but nearly everyone agrees that marriage itself offers stability and economic benefits to couples and to society at large.
Shared housing as a poverty solution
Kevin C. Corinth, AEI
We often think there are only two ways to fight poverty — the government and private philanthropy. But living arrangements can be just as important