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China Attempts to Silence Western Companies On Xinjiang

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

It’s been a long-established fact that China has been engaging in egregious human rights violations, particularly with the internment of what could be over a million Uyghur Muslims in the province of Xinjiang. AIER’s Richard Ebeling writes on the matter when he explains “The Uyghurs, like the Tibetans, and other minority groups in China, have been the […]

The 6-Foot Mandate Was Bad Science

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

On March 19th the Centers for Disease Control issued a press release detailing changes to its operational strategy for K-12 students. It stated that among other things, students may now reduce their social distancing from 6 feet to 3 feet. The release begins as follows, “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is updating K–12 school […]

Debts, Deficits, and the Entitlement Crisis

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes

Michael Tanner’s book Going for Broke was published in 2015 and unfortunately, his message has become more urgent as time has passed. It should be no surprise to anyone that the United States government has reached new levels of debt after spending trillions of dollars to combat Covid-19. According to the US Government Accountability Office, “As of Sept. […]

The Danger of the Administrative State

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

Lockdowns should have shown every American just how tyrannical and unreasonable our leaders can be. There are elected leaders like Governor Cuomo who have acted as outright tyrants, alienating everyone, even those in his own party. Then there are the unelected bureaucrats who wave away our liberties with the stroke of a pen from the secrecy of […]