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Why Is Trump Trying to Silence 'The Washington Post'?

This article was first published on the Cato Institute site. Donald Trump isn't happy with The Washington Post , which has steadfastly opposed his presidential campaign on its editorial pages and now has assigned a reporter team to write a book ... MSNBC Newsweek, 6 days ago
Will Trump's Anti-Immigrant Stance Doom Him? MSNBC Newsweek, 2 weeks ago

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Can We Afford Berniecare?

This article first appeared on the Cato Institute site. Fresh off his resounding victory in the West Virginia primary , Senator Bernie Sanders has intimated that he has no intent of dropping out of the race any time soon, even though he trails ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 week ago Naming GMU Law School After Scalia Sets Off Furor  MSNBC Newsweek3 weeks ago How Can We Stop Drones From Hitting Planes?  MSNBC Newsweek4 weeks ago Berniecare Would Increase Federal Expenditure by $32 Trillion Over Next Decade, Twice as Much as Campaign Claimed  Before It's News2 weeks ago

SA one of the most miserable countries

The latest misery index from the Cato Institute shows that South Africa is one of the most miserable countries in the world. In its 2015/16 rankings, South Africa ranked as the fifth most miserable country in the world with a score of 40.0. The ... week ago Ranking: Ten most miserable countries in world  The News Tribe1 week ago South Africa is one of the most miserable countries in the world week ago Zimbabwe not one of the most miserable countries in the world, SA is  Harare241 week ago

The U.S. Might Be Better Off Cutting Ties With Saudi Arabia

Emma Ashford is a visiting research fellow at the Cato Institute. When President Barack Obama visited the Gulf this week to meet with leaders from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Cooperation Council countries, the big question on many people's ...
 Time1 month ago What Part Did the Saudis Play in the 9/11 Attacks?  MSNBC Newsweek1 month ago Why Cover for Saudi Arabia?  National Interest1 month ago
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Video of the Ilya vs. Ilya debate on US v. Texas and Obama's immigration order

The Reason Foundation recently sponsored a debate between Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute, and me over the United States v. Texas , the important immigration case argued before the Supreme Court on Monday. The case addresses the legality of ...
 Washington Post1 month ago An Ilya vs. Ilya debate about immigration and United States v. Texas  Washington Post1 month ago President Obama's DAPA Order Oversteps His Immigration Powers  Before It's News1 month ago

What Can Be Done to Save Victims of ISIS Occupation?

This article first appeared on the Cato Institute site. Kurdistan in the north of Iraq has become a refuge for Christians and other religious minorities in the midst of the Islamic State militant group's(ISIS) murderous rampage. The abundant ...
 MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago Islamic State eradicating religious minorities  Japan Times3 weeks ago
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A Spectacular Opportunity to Engage Kim Jong Un

This article first appeared on the Cato Institute site. America's political silly season will rush toward a close with the November presidential election. Both party conventions are likely to be lively. But these spectacles will fall short of ...
 MSNBC Newsweek3 weeks ago A chance for engagement with North Korea?  Japan Times3 weeks ago

Big tech firms support Sanders

Apr. 21, 2016 - 3:58 - CATO Institute Economist Dan Mitchell on why these big tech companies are supporting Bernie
 FOXBusiness.com1 month ago

Cato and OCA File Amici Brief in Regulatory Takings Case Before the U.S. Supreme Court April 21, 2016The Owners Counsel of America joined The Cato Institute in filing an amici curiae brief with the United States Supreme Court...

Owners' Counsel of America joined The Cato Institute in a brief supporting the property owners in a regulatory takings case before the U.S. Supreme Court. Regulatory takings are about the impact of government regulation on an owner's use of ...
 PRWeb1 month ago The Supreme Court just passed up a chance to hog-tie the Department of Education  College Fix1 week ago Supreme Court Delivers A Victory For Supporters Of Seattle's Minimum Wage Law  Huffington Post3 weeks ago Divided U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Petition to Hear Conn. Land Use Case  Connecticut Law Tribune4 weeks ago

Nigeria's Growing Economic Troubles - Cato Institute (blog)

- 16:35 Printer-friendly version Send by email PDF version Cato Institute (blog) Nigeria's Growing Economic Troubles Cato Institute (blog)Without a major currency reform (read: the installation of a currency board), the weakness of Nigeria's ...
 AA Nigeria2 days ago Egypt's Military Regime Grows More Brutal Cato Institute (blog) weeks ago
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