Domestic Sex Trafficking Survivors Find Hope in Small-Town Iowa Halfway Home
Leah Jessen, The Daily Signal
At the intersection of two of the nation’s largest highways, I-35 and I-80, sits the Des Moines, Iowa metro area, known for its small-town feel, farmer’s markets, and frequent visits from presidential campaign hopefuls.
Star Trek Economics: Life After the Dismal Science
Noah Smith, Bloomberg View
So let’s think about the economics of Star Trek. What we’re really thinking about is how to get to economic utopia. It’s an important question.
Video 5: Planned Parenthood’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Jason Jones and John Zmirak, The Stream
Richard Land is right: These videos could bring down America’s abortion industry.
How crony capitalism is slowing global economic growth
James Pethokoukis, AEI Ideas
Too much crony capitalism, not enough competitive capitalism. The US actually scores pretty well against other advanced economies, though we need to do even better.