Protecting Us from Ourselves

It sure is nice to see the nanny state at work:

Students who attend Chicago’s Little Village Academy public school get nothing but nutritional tough love during their lunch period each day. The students can either eat the cafeteria food–or go hungry. Only students with allergies are allowed to bring a homemade lunch to . . . → Read More: Protecting Us from Ourselves

The Cost of Obesity

Do Economic Freedom and Governance Indicators Tell Similar Stories About Human Flourishing?

This follows on from my last post: Do all well-being indicators tell similar stories about human flourishing? The indicators that I looked at did tend to tell similar stories – countries that have high average income levels also tend to have high rankings on other well-being indicators.

The purpose of this post is to . . . → Read More: Do Economic Freedom and Governance Indicators Tell Similar Stories About Human Flourishing?

The Market Demand for Government Investment

In my previous article on the bloated private sector, I failed to adequately explain my main point.

For the past 3 decades faith in the free market powers of the private sector have led to a massive misallocation of resources away from public sector investment. . . . → Read More: The Market Demand for Government Investment