How To Make Sure Your Charity Doesn’t Keep People Poor
James Huenink, The Federalist
Americans are incredibly generous, but we give of our time and money in all the wrong ways. Here’s how we can truly help in the aftermath of disaster.
How America Ranked in New Study of Nations’ Generosity
Leah Jessen, The Daily Signal
When it comes to generosity, the United States came in second in a new edition of an annual index.
Homesharing Falls to Cronyism in Manhattan
Brittany Hunter, FEE
Instead of innovating, the hotel industry resorted to cronyism and pressured the Governor to increase regulations on competition.
Why more people feel poorer, even if they’re not
Allison Schrager, Quartz
Believe it or not, most Americans have never lived so well. Inflation-adjusted incomes may be stagnant, but these incomes can buy more goods and services, life expectancies are higher, and most Americans have more leisure time to spare. Yet you often hear about how terrible things are for the average American household. That may be true, too.