We Grow Enough Food to Feed Everyone in This World, So Why Don’t We? (Part 2)

Since food, together with air and water, is one of the three basic items which all living things require without question, it is an ideal subject for economic discussion. Unfortunately, it is also almost ideal for normative economic judgments. “We should” or “they should” abound from intellectual forums to universities to television shows, often . . . → Read More: We Grow Enough Food to Feed Everyone in This World, So Why Don’t We? (Part 2)

Pills Allow Exercise to Become as Easy as Sitting on the Couch

One of the most difficult things for many people today is exercise. Everyone may know that it provides multiple benefits, but often these are simply not tangible enough to provide the motivation needed to get out of the house. Many people hope instead for a pill that will eventually be able to provide them . . . → Read More: Pills Allow Exercise to Become as Easy as Sitting on the Couch

Why the Housing Rescue Bill Will Fail

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac together own or guarantee almost half of the $12 trillion home mortgage debt. In an attempt to rein in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, President Bush, on July 30, signed into law a package to resurrect the mortgage industry by pumping in $300 billion to help distressed homeowners get . . . → Read More: Why the Housing Rescue Bill Will Fail