July 2024

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Jeffrey Miron Over the past few years, multiple claimants have accused opioid manufacturers and related companies of misleading patients and doctors into believing their products are relatively safe; this allegedly caused expanded prescribing, addiction, and overdoses. Last month, the Supreme Court

Walter Olson Here’s a roundup of election law and policy items I wish there were time to do as single posts: Confirming the intuitive: when people are lied to about elections supposedly having been stolen, they become more willing to countenance political

With political turmoil creating anxiety in Great Britain, The Economist chose to describe the political situation as “anarchy.” In reality, this is political chaos, not anarchy, since anarchy is based upon social cooperation and peaceful resolution of conflicts.