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The Road

The Road Goes on Forever and the Story Never Ends by S. C. Gwynne. Lance Armstrong has a new narrative about his incredible rise and fall. Should we believe him this time? More.

Capitalism

First Things and the Market Economy: A Response to R. R. Reno by Samuel Gregg. More than ever, religiously informed conservatives should underscore the importance of market economies for ordered liberty. More.

Stereotypes

Myths and Truths about Successful CEOs by Ray Williams. How CEO stereotypes persist despite contrary evidence. More.

Views

Views Among College Students Regarding the First Amendment: Results from a New Survey by John Villasenor. College students’ views of the First Amendment are of profound importance for multiple reasons. First, colleges and universities are places where intellectual debate should […]

Con

The Green Investment Pension Con by Ike Brannon. Public pensions are complicated beasts. They represent the aggregation of promises made to public employees—both current and former—to pay them benefits from their retirement until their demise. They sum to a growing—albeit […]

Taboo

Higher Ed’s Latest Taboo Is ‘Bourgeois Norms’ by Heather Mac Donald. An op-ed praising 1950s values provokes another campus meltdown— from the deans on down. More.

Worried?

How Worried Should We Be About Artificial Intelligence? by Sean Illing. “We should take seriously the possibility that things could go radically wrong.” More.