Everything Wrong with the Presidents

Everything Wrong with the Hayes Administration

by Gregory Dehler on Apr 27, 2020

Rutherford B. Hayes will forever be remembered as the president who ended Reconstruction. In the process he abandoned the Civil War Republican Party’s commitment to equal rights for the former slaves and doomed them to a century of discrimination and segregation. 


A Libertarian Vision for Poverty and Welfare

by Michael D. Tanner on Mar 31, 2020

A libertarian world won’t eliminate all poverty, but it offers powerful tools for greatly reducing it, and improving the lives of the poorest and least privileged. 


Introduction to Visions of Liberty

by Aaron Ross Powell and Paul Matzko on Mar 31, 2020

Visions of Liberty sets out to explore libertarianism by describing the hopeful future it could bring about. 


A Libertarian Vision for Health Care

by Michael F. Cannon on Mar 31, 2020

A more libertarian health care system would mean higher quality, lower prices, more innovation, and better access for all. 


A Libertarian Vision for Regulatory Science

by Patrick Michaels on Mar 31, 2020

The scientific research that informs regulations falls prey to perverse incentives when it’s funded by the government doing the regulating. Here’s a better alternative.


Unshackling Our Freedom to Trade

by Daniel J. Ikenson on Mar 31, 2020

Free trade will make us all wealthier and give us greater access to goods and services. 


A Libertarian Vision for Education

by Neal McCluskey on Mar 31, 2020

A libertarian future would unleash markets to provide high quality education in a variety of styles to meet parent’s needs—and at prices within the reach of everyone.


A Libertarian Vision for Digital Expression

by Will Duffield on Mar 31, 2020

The internet has unleashed expression, but has led to new forms of control. Decentralization will fulfill the internet’s libertarian promise.


A Libertarian Vision for Technology

by Matthew Feeney on Mar 31, 2020

Policies that embrace freedom, innovation, and entrepreneurship while accepting risk can provide humanity with the technology to make us all freer, healthier, and safer.