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Andrew Langer
Andrew Langer is President of the Institute for Liberty. From 1999-2002 he was with the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Washington, D.C.’s swamp monster is like the mythical hydra from Greek and Roman mythology. When one head gets cut off, two grow in its place. At the start of the month, Congress worked in bipartisan fashion with the president to…

Washington, D.C.’s swamp monster is like the mythical hydra from Greek and Roman mythology. When one head gets cut off, two grow in its place. At the start of the month, Congress worked in bipartisan fashion with the president to…

Public policy is, at its essence, the act of making choices. With any particular policy problem, there are a myriad of solutions to it, and it is up to policymakers to carefully assess these options as a way of determining…

As a general practice, privatization of certain government operations can be a good thing. Government should be in the business of doing things that are inherently governmental, and anything that the government is doing that isn’t “inherently governmental” should be…

When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. But when I grew up, I put my childlike ways behind me. Strange that a passage from 1 Corinthians can…

When it comes to health care policy there are two kinds of people: those who know that health care is not the same as health insurance, and those who confuse the two. Health care is actually what people want… the…

If there is one over-arching conclusion that can be drawn from the first two weeks of the Donald Trump administration, it’s that President Trump aims to keep the promises he made to his voters during the 2016 campaign. The degree…

If there is one over-arching conclusion that can be drawn from the first two weeks of the Donald Trump administration, it’s that President Trump aims to keep the promises he made to his voters during the 2016 campaign.  The degree…

It’s what they wanted all along.  To manufacture crisis after crisis so that the American people would, eventually, beg for a solution that had been the goal of progressives for more than a generation—the government takeover of health care. Just…

Interviewers exert a tremendous amount of power over their interviews — from the questions they ask (or, more importantly, don’t ask) to the tone with which they ask those questions, they can create or dispel a subject’s influence or appeared…

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