Benefits of the American Revolution: An Exploration of Positive Externalities
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, Library of Economics and Liberty
The American Revolution, despite all its obvious costs and excesses, brought about enormous net benefits not just for citizens of the newly independent United States but also, over the long run, for people across the globe.
A minimum-wage worker in Venezuela could afford 5 cups of coffee each month — and nothing else
Kathryn Krawczyk, The Week
Five million Venezuelan bolivars is the equivalent of $1.45. It’s also roughly a minimum-wage worker’s entire monthly salary in the South American country.
Masterpiece Cakeshop and the importance of religious liberty
Erik Stanley, ERLC
The Supreme Court’s ruling is a resounding victory for religious liberty. For the last few years, many have been saying that religion is just used as a rhetorical tool to justify discrimination.
Trump’s Tariffs Are Pushing American Companies to Leave
Tori Whiting and Corianna Baier, The Daily Signal
When tariffs are imposed, companies affected, like Harley-Davidson, need to balance these extra costs to stay in business.