National Review

Economic Tea Party, R.I.P.

National Review Online’s esteemed editor, Philip Klein, asked an important question last week. Referring to the lack of opposition to the president’s big-spending agenda, he …

Capitalism

Coindesk

Gary Gensler’s Insane Crypto Policy

Does cryptocurrency need new regulatory disclosure mandates from Washington, D.C., to be of service to consumers? No, but that is what Securities and Exchange Commission…

National Review

Evicting the Constitution

Few government actions have been more emblematic of bureaucratic overreach than the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s nationwide eviction moratorium. After multiple successful court…

Health and Safety

National Review

Bitcoin Gets ESG’d

The Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) movement is coming for Bitcoin and a host of other cryptocurrencies. This latest iteration of the corporate-responsibility movement has successfully captured…

Banking and Finance

City Journal

Stay the Course

One cannot open a newspaper, turn on a TV, or scroll through an online news feed without hearing about Covid-19’s new Delta variant. While the…

Health and Safety

Real Clear Policy

Risk, Trust, and COVID

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last month that vaccinated people need not wear masks regularly, Americans’ reaction was polarized. Many seemed…

Health and Safety

Real Clear Energy

Memory Holes Are Greatly Improved

Memory holes are much more energy efficient today. And much less polluting. When George Orwell first introduced memory holes in his novel 1984, published 72 years…

Energy

The American Conservative

Why Small Firms Sell Out

Among some conservatives’ main complaints about Big Tech is the way it acquires smaller competitors, stopping them from displacing them like Facebook displaced MySpace. The…

Antitrust

City Journal

Dear Landlord

Among the least logical, most burdensome restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic has been the nationwide ban on residential evictions imposed by the Centers for Disease…

Health and Safety

City Journal

An Idea Whose Time May Never Come

Countries worldwide have announced plans to implement vaccine passports—electronic or paper credentials that show a person has immunity to Covid-19 through either vaccination or recovery…