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Local Georgia Attorney, Catherine Bernard, is empowering juries and tirelessly working toward ending the War on Drugs, one life-saving acquittal at a time.
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This is just the latest victory for the Institute for Justice, which advocates on behalf of hundreds of innocent, politically unconnected Americans...
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I’m not surprised to learn that good policy (i.e., free markets) generates a substantial increase in economic activity. The benefits are especially...
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FEE 9h
Claims from socialists that socialism equals freedom are rooted in the crazy idea of “positive liberty.” Basically, we should all be “free” to live off of other people.
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We analyzed city-level data from states across the US and found that medical marijuana laws have little effect on violent or property crime in nearly all...
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FEE 11h
Teacher pay has again been a hot button issue this back-to-school season, as unions have protested for raises and received sympathetic coverage from the media. But are school teachers really underpaid? And if so, what...
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FEE 11h
A couple of weeks ago, Bernie Sanders introduced a new tax bill before the Senate. The bill is designed to alleviate the economic hardships faced by many near the...
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FEE 12h
A couple of weeks ago, Bernie Sanders introduced a new tax bill before the Senate. The bill is designed to alleviate the economic hardships faced by many near the...
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FEE 13h
Free markets worked well; government intervention usually failed. Why is it, then, that for so many years, most historians have been teaching the opposite lesson? They...
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FEE 17h
International Peace Day is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. So today, can we all acknowledge that people are much less likely to fight if they are trade partners?
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FEE Sep 20
There isn't anything wrong with the idea of involving children in the decisions that affect them on a daily basis, but that doesn't seem to be what we do at all.
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The IHS Sep 20
"When inflation becomes hyperinflation, just about everything goes bad." Check out new ebook "When Money Goes Bad" edited by ! Download your free copy thanks to here:
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FEE Sep 20
In this episode of the podcast, the FEEcast crew, along with guest Jon Miltimore, discuss the economics of hurricanes. It turns out that economic laws still apply during natural disasters... go figure!
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FEE Sep 20
For most of American history, the Farewell Address was required reading in grade schools across the nation and was continually invoked in the public discourse. Yet, in recent decades, the...
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FEE Sep 20
Motorists should be skeptical of gas tax increases until policymakers stop diverting funds to unrelated government programs.
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FEE Sep 20
"As part of a generously endowed university, the administration and employees were among the first to stock up on additional supplies. My peers and I could walk...
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FEE Sep 20
As part of a generously endowed university, the administration and employees were among the first to stock up on additional supplies. My...
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FEE Sep 20
Practically speaking, the process of proselytizing and mobilizing a population, consolidating power, and converting an economy to central planning—to...
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FEE Sep 20
The survey revealed seven distinct segments that define the political leanings, opinions, thoughts, habits, and goals of American youth.
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FEE Sep 20
With two weeks to go before the end of the fiscal year, the House and Senate passed three appropriations bills last Thursday—ahead of the...
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