Why Intellectuals Fall for Socialism
Friedrich A. Hayek, Mises Wire
In every country that has moved toward socialism, the phase of the development in which socialism becomes a determining influence on politics has been preceded for many years by a period during which socialist ideals governed the thinking of the more active intellectuals.
Venezuela’s failed socialism has driven millions from their homes
Sabrina Martín, CapX
Venezuela’s exodus is already one of the largest mass population movements in the history of Latin America.
A Tax Credit Encourages Work. But What Is That Worth?
Michael R. Strain, Bloomberg Opinion
An experiment shows, predictably, that expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit brings marginalized populations into the workforce.
New Global Poverty Stats Reveal Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Over the last 25 years, more than one billion people have been raised out of abject poverty.