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Erec Smith Recently, the University of North Carolina‐​Chapel Hill Board of Trustees voted, unanimously, to divert money from its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives into public safety. This is on the heels of other institutions shuttering diversity offices and laying

Travis Fisher Disclaimer: I served as a staff economist at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission from 2006 to 2013 and as a commissioner adviser from 2018 to 2020. On Monday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a “watershed” new ruling addressing electricity transmission

Neal McCluskey and Colleen Hroncich On May 17, 1954, something necessary but not sufficient for American liberty happened: The US Supreme Court struck down de jure racial segregation in public schools. After the Civil War ended legal prohibitions against black Americans

Clark Neily “I have a theory: Qualified immunity has already been bitten by one of the walkers in the Walking Dead, and it’s in the zombification process.” So said David French on last week’s episode of The Dispatch’s Advisory Opinions podcast while discussing

Nicholas Anthony Governments around the world are weighing whether to launch central bank digital currencies, or CBDCs. But are CBDCs even a good idea? That was one of the questions NPR hosts Paddy Hirsch and Adrian Ma asked this week on the