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I was recently honored with the opportunity to speak to some of America’s best and brightest high school teachers, ones charged with teaching economics outright or with integrating economic thinking into other more general “social studies” courses. An exchange with one of the teachers immediately...

This article is excerpted from LiberatED, a weekly email newsletter where FEE Senior Education Fellow Kerry McDonald brings you news and analysis on current education and parenting topics. Click here to sign up. Many parents are not happy. They are upset because back-to-school masking policies are...

David Boaz The Cato Institute is committed to being a libertarian think tank: individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace. But one thing that’s often misunderstood is that Cato as such does not take institutional positions on particular policy questions. Cato scholars speak for themselves and...

The real reason for shortages and suffering in Cuba is communism. Are they still protesting in Cuba? I don’t know. The Cuban government has shut off the Cuban people’s internet. The big demonstrations began four weeks ago, sparked, curiously, by a rap song. The key lyric is:...

(Don Boudreaux) TweetScott Lincicome describes the lamentable return of green industrial policy. A slice: Finally, there are the substantial costs—seen and unseen—associated with green industrial policies. Those projects cited in the Technology Pork Barrel, for example, uniformly exhibited “cost overruns” that far exceeded their budgets. Years...

POLL: Is the world freer today than it was in 1961? https://bit.ly/3scqW27August 13, 2021, marks the 60th anniversary of the Berlin Wall. Why was the wall built, and how does it relate to our world today? AEI's Elisabeth Braw explains.Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/user/AEIVideos?sub_confirmation=1Like us...