Research suggests that policy makers are slow to adjust their beliefs in the face of negative outcomes. Reality “bites” as they say.
When governments hike taxes, work safety is jeopardized. One more reason to resist the taxman.
The value of reading at young(er) ages, has a likely profound return.
Democrat Governors fail their states when it comes to firm sight selection.
How the existing Electoral College helps protect against partisan election fraud.
“Fake news” found to have nearly no impact on voter turnout. A counterfactual for some for sure.
Irrational exuberance: Tracking the rise of Zombie Firms.
The harm of fads – also known as the danger of groupthink virtue signaling – as exampled by the paper straw craze.
Who could have guessed? The more you know, the less anxious you are about climate “change.”
Ugh. Chill people! 30 million Americans support violence to stop the will of the people.
Family well-being fueled by gratitude, not government hand-outs.
Election clerks seen as largely nonpartisan as they execute partisan nominated offices.
Interesting data on the role authoritarianism plays amongst Democrat primary voters.
Clergy and congregation political alignment surveyed.
How to handle a pandemic? Apparently, the best outcomes come from following the “science,” not just what a group think bunch of bureaucrats dictate. Or simply: Follow Sweden. The evidence is in, the data is clear, better education, economic and health outcomes - here.