In this Policy Analysis, transit expert Randal O'Toole writes that, the nation’s mass transit system is a classic example of how special interests prevail over the needs and interests of voters and
In this Policy Analysis, the authors argue that there is growing bipartisan recognition that the pathway out of poverty is not through consumption but through saving and accumulation.
In this Policy Analysis, the authors write that the recent rise in gasoline prices has led many observers to call for government price controls and special taxes on oil companies.
In this Policy Analysis, the author contends that over the past century, Americans who own property—homeowners, landlords, businesspeople of all kinds, even nonprofit organizations such as churches
In this Policy Analysis, the authors argues that American representative government suffers from the handicap of a largely uncompetitive political system.
In this Policy Analysis, the authors writes that the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) directly contradicts the principles of an “ownership society,” which the administration is promoting in areas su
In this Policy Analysis for CATO, the author contends that President Bush has presided over the largest overall increase in inflation-adjusted federal spending since Lyndon B. Johnson.
In this Policy Analysis, Marie Gryphon contends that in the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold university admissions preferences, affirmative action remains a deeply divisiv
The realities of national health insurance documented in this paper--waiting lines, rationing, lack of cutting-edge medical technology, restricted access to the latest precription drugs