The Food and Drug Administration is at it again. Despite a recent outbreak of type B meningitis at the University of California, Santa Barbara, the FDA will not allow students […]
I’ll cut right to the chase; I hate ObamaCare. And here’s why…
Yes, yes it did. But the government itself does not deserve the credit for the Internet we know today. First off, the idea came from J.C.R. Licklider, an associate professor […]
As student loan debt has almost tripled since 2004, start-up companies such as Upstart and Pave offer a solution. These firms allow those with excess money to invest in people and their careers. Graduate students from competitive universities are especially attractive targets for investors. As their business models continue to develop, they could help alleviate problems in the broader student loan market.
This week marks the 119th birthday of the great American economist Henry Hazlitt, who lived from 1884-1993. While Hazlitt made many contributions to the field of economics, he is best remembered for his short book, Economics in One Lesson.
The other morning I was listening to NPR and a man called in to share his story with the listeners. He said he was “sick of hearing only negative stories […]