An Alternative to Increasing the Minimum Wage
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, National Review
Subsidizing the pay of low-skilled workers would have many advantages for all.
Skills and bills: What state governors have to say about vocational education
Jenn Hatfield, AEI Ideas
From apprenticeship programs to vocational charter schools, vocational education has been getting more attention in education reform circles lately as the costs of college continue to increase and students seek other paths to financial security.
Should We Enforce Benevolence?
Jason Sorens, FEE
My private property rights don’t let me exclude others in dire need from resources that would otherwise be open to the world.
Michael J. Novak, Jr., 1933-2017
David J. Theroux, Independent Institute
His work on the spiritual basis for the morality of capitalism had a profound influence on the economic thinking of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as well as academics, business and civic leaders, policymakers, religious leaders, journalists, and people of good will worldwide.