Unreasonable burdens prevent people from thriving. Eliminate them.
As bad as this sounds, a new essay suggests that we live in a surprisingly egalitarian age.
The long-term lessons America learns from the coronavirus pandemic will spell life or death.
It's "the biggest blow to the war on drugs to date," said Kassandra Frederique, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance.
Can we end world hunger by 2030? Thanks to a new program, the data for it is all there.
Confirmation bias is baked into the DNA of America, but it may soon be the nation's undoing.
What would happen if you tripled the US population? Matthew Yglesias and moderator Charles Duhigg explore the idea on Big Think Live.
What happens if we consider welfare programs as investments?
The complacent majority needs to step up and call for action on climate change.
COVID-19 may strengthen the case for universal basic income, or an idea like it.
Addiction is not a moral failure. It is a learning disorder, and viewing it otherwise stops communities and policy makers from the ultimate goal: harm reduction.
According to Harvard economists, Democrats and Republicans both perceive reality very wrong.
The associations of civil society give us freedom to find systems that meet our needs.
How will the current challenges to the global economy pressure it to change?
A global brainstorming marathon is throwing together brilliant ideas from around the world to rapidly develop solutions to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The welfare state is broken. UBI is the smarter, more effective option.
Despite potential good intentions, interventionist policies are often viewed by classical liberals as violations of individual freedoms.
Can the American government stop coronavirus spread? Its past actions speak volumes.