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Crime Doesn't Pay, But Lowering It Might

By Monica Potts

April 7, 2016

A program that pays criminals not to commit crimes might be coming to D.C. That’s not a bad thing, writes Monica Potts.

Crime Doesn't Pay, But Lowering It Might

A program that pays criminals not to commit crimes might be coming to D.C. That’s not a bad thing, writes Monica Potts.


This Cash Cow for Cops Should Stop

Police can once again seize and keep cash. Nick Sibilla explains why that’s a problem for both individual rights and state reforms.


The Psychological Argument for a Universal Basic Income

Olivia Barrow articulates the connection between scarcity in the budget and brain.


The Government That Governs Best Governs

Chayenne Polimédio revisits an age when Americans weren’t allergic to the idea of good government.


An Affront against All Women

North Carolina’s bathroom bill isn’t really about protecting women, argues Jacob Tobia.


Why Work for Welfare Doesn't Work

Kalena Thomhave challenges our policies and perspectives on welfare and hunger.


Does Congress Need More Nerds?

Affirmative, says Patrick Oathout.


City of Brotherly Love, Sisterly Work

Why women rule Philadelphia’s workforce.