• Social Distancing Forces Old Media to Learn New Tricks

    Social Distancing Forces Old Media to Learn New Tricks0

    Now, I know it’s April Fools Day, but this one is actually no joke. In the wake of the current crisis, many media companies have had to change their tunes and find alternative means of providing their content. On the sports networks, countless NASCAR fans are tuning in to their favorite racers playing iRacing on

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  • Did Jacob Hornberger Rig the New York Libertarian Primary?

    Did Jacob Hornberger Rig the New York Libertarian Primary?0

    At the beginning of March, controversy arose in the Libertarian Party of New York (LPNY) after it was announced that, out of the eight qualified candidates for the 2020 Libertarian presidential nomination, seven of them were being kicked off the ballot. The one candidate who remained: Jacob Hornberger.  While all primaries in the Libertarian Party

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  • When Can Life Return to Normal? 4 Signs to Monitor

    When Can Life Return to Normal? 4 Signs to Monitor0

    Americans can’t wait for the restrictions on their movements and interactions—widely known as social distancing—to end. That’s completely understandable. The coronavirus crisis has widely disrupted modern life. But as we learned Sunday, the Trump administration’s common-sense “stop the spread” increased mitigation strategy is with us for a while—at least till the end of April. Based on the challenges

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  • How Should Congress Continue To Govern During The Coronavirus Pandemic? Here’s What The Experts Say

    How Should Congress Continue To Govern During The Coronavirus Pandemic? Here’s What The Experts Say0

    Mary Margaret Olohan  –  Health professionals said lawmakers should stay out of Washington, D.C., and vote remotely. –  U.S. senators proposed legislation allowing them to vote remotely, and legislatures across the country have begun to examine and pass such measures. –  But remote voting might not be entirely constitutional, said R Street Institute senior fellow

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  • What Sweden Has Done Right on Coronavirus

    What Sweden Has Done Right on Coronavirus0

    Until last week, only three European countries had still not closed their schools as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Then followed Britain’s sharp reverse-course and lockdown policy where Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally gave in to pressure, leaving only Iceland and Sweden with a strongly diverging policy. Iceland, a miniature country that could probably test its entire population in an afternoon

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  • When Atlas Is Washing His Hands

    When Atlas Is Washing His Hands0

    What happens when Atlas stops holding up the world? In Ayn Rand’s famous (and if I may add brilliant) novel Atlas Shrugged, the producers of the world eventually get fed up with government’s continuous strangling harassment and quit. Spoiler alert: The world doesn’t fare well without the producers who keep society moving…working…innovating…building. Now, imagine a

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