With the vast majority of votes counted in Britain’s EU referendum, the result is clear. Voters in the UK narrowly chose to exit the European Union—a so-called “Brexit”—by a margin of 52% to 48%.
How an ‘infrastructure for innovation’ can defeat poverty
Robert Doar and Linda Gibbs, Washington Monthly
When Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared a war on poverty in New York City in 2005, he had two clear instructions: First, he wanted a focus on helping people achieve economic success, not escape poverty through bigger transfer payments.
Sorry, Everyone: The American Middle Class Is Winning
David Harsanyi, The Federalist
Stop your whining, bourgeois! You’re basically the luckiest people to ever walk the earth.
Rights First, Government Second
Adam Freedman, City Journal
Randy Barnett’s new book calls for limits on the power of the federal government.