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With the appointment of Linda Yaccarino as Twitter's new CEO, Elon Musk is trying to appease woke advertisers to bring up his company's revenues. This will not end well. Original Article: "The Woke Cartel

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The drug war of the last half century has incarcerated millions and created havoc. What it hasn't done is eliminate people using drugs without government permission. Original Article: "The Drug War: An Irrational Crusade"  

Technocrats frequently pressure the US government to increase R and D as a strategy to upstage China. The assumption is that public R and D will lead to innovation and economic growth because

Jai Kedia Two weeks ago, some of the biggest names in academia and monetary policy gathered at Brookings to discuss what factors had contributed to the recent spike in inflation. To that end, Ben

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Romina Boccia and Dominik Lett The federal government will spend $6.3 trillion in 2023, 73 percent is categorized as mandatory and 27 percent as discretionary. Mandatory spending refers to federal programs that are funded