Our corporate tax system is our best so far—don’t break it
International corporate taxation is a difficult puzzle. The 2017 GOP reform got a lot right.
The New York Times addresses our shadow inflation thesis
Declining service quality means consumers are getting less for their money.
Save the magnet schools
Learning is a good thing. If students can do more of it, they should.
Republicans won’t help on the debt limit—their voters won’t let them
Democrats have often underrated the deadly sincerity of Republican voters on this issue.
These companies are eager to lend you money to shop online
Buy Now Pay Later companies offer credit to entice you to shop more.
How Republicans can fight for their growing blue-collar base
Construction is a rare intersection of libertarian thought and blue-collar jobs policy.
Why Democrats are getting squeamish about taxing the moderately rich
A new breed of Democrat represents a growing high-income demographic.
How a key Biden tax idea got crushed
The president was forced to retreat on the key issue of step-up basis
The problem with Milton Friedman's idea for student loans
Income share agreements suffer from a problem called adverse selection.
How I reluctantly became an inflation crank
Inflation quality adjustments were always tricky. COVID-19 broke them.