The Atlantic, December 20, 2011
Western governments are organized on a flawed premise not far removed from the Soviet system that had just collapsed.
The Atlantic, July 9, 2013
By separating valid claims from invalid ones, judges can finally give our legal system the predictability that it requires.
The Atlantic, March 29, 2012
America is basically run by dead people: We elect new representatives, but continue on with policy from decades ago.
The Atlantic, June 6, 2012
To make the justice system fairer for all, courtrooms need to push back on absurd plaintiff claims.
Wall Street Journal, December 3, 2011
Taking responsibility is basically illegal in the modern regulatory state.
The Atlantic, August 17, 2012
To cure the deviant subculture of government, abandon bureaucracy and put humans on the spot.
Health Affairs, October 2, 2012
The rising cost of America’s health care system – already 18 percent of GDP –…
The Atlantic, September 18, 2012
Creating new jobs requires more than monetary policy. Long-term strategies must include better training, as Lenny…
The Atlantic, August 3, 2012
A deviant subculture is defined by sociologist Anthony Giddens as one "whose members have values…
The Atlantic, June 21, 2013
Leading art experts increasingly refuse to give their opinions on whether a work is authentic,…
The Atlantic, June 15, 2013
The role of authority in a free society does not seem to be a valid…
The Atlantic, May 7, 2013
It's hard to find anyone who defends the structure of American health care. Every incentive…