Experiences in market-driven health care reform show that it is the most successful way to reduce costs and maintain patient satisfaction.
The United States dwarfs other countries when it comes to donating foreign aid, and much of it comes through the private sector.
Turns out people who believe in private enterprise are more charitable — not more stingy — than those who argue for higher taxes and government welfare.
F.A. Harper argues in this 1954 essay that the greatest economic charity is that which enables persons to become independent.
Americans have been afraid of chain stores for nearly a century, but independent outlets keep thriving. Read more here.
Pulitzer-winning columnist George F. Will explains in The Washington Post how tax cuts benefit the economy.
Veronique de Rugy breaks down some of the myths surrounding taxes and redistribution of wealth. Read her entire article here.
Whatever government can do, private enterprise can do better, cheaper and more efficiently, John Stossel argues at Reason.com.
In his article for The American, Steven F. Hayward argues that, far from damaging brains and killing seals, applying basic economics to the environment preserves it.
Ronald Bailey argues that, thanks to the free market, we don’t have to know where our food comes from, and that’s a good thing. Read his argument here.