The Cops Were Chasing a Shoplifter. They Ended Up Destroying an Innocent Man's Home.
The outcome of this case may bring clarity to the property rights of Americans living in the shadow of police militarization.
Selling Higher Education Is Sleazier Than Selling a Used Car
Tuition markup, predatory lending, and moral hazard of higher education.
Colorado Challenges Police to Serve and Protect, Not Fine and Collect
By allowing Coloradans to pay their fines via donating to charity they can restrict government income.
Want to Stop Gun Violence? End The War On Drugs
Without legal mechanisms in place, the only option for arbitration in the black market is violence.
How to survive the online world of politics
Online culture and politics can be a toxic combination, but it doesn't have to be if you follow these best practices.
A Different Kind of Liberal
The word "liberal" has become a dirty word, but a reexamination of its history will reveal some important lessons that can be applied today.
Colorado Traffic Tickets By Comparison
A look at how much traffic tickets cost in and around the Centennial State.
The One Reason We Can't Solve the Gendered-Bathroom Issue
Until we fix one dumb thing, expect the war on bathrooms to continue.
Denver is Hiring Teen Cigarette Narcs
Denver is offering a unique employment opportunity geared specifically toward youth: minor tobacco operative.
Reading is Fundamental—Except for Congress
Legislative bills are getting longer and Congress is reading less.
Don’t Blame Capitalism for Your Pricey EpiPen
The incessent meddling of regulators and other busybodies does nothing but pad Mylan’s monopoly.
I stand—but probably not for the same reasons you do
I have my own reasons to stand for the national anthem. And you have yours to stand or not stand. And that's ok.
A Career In College Admissions Convinced Me Not To Push My Kid To Go To College
I used to work in college admissions, and I'm not certain that I want my child to experience the ugly side of higher education.
Before You Leave That Bad Online Review
Before you leave that nasty review online, take a deep breath, close the internet browser, and do the following.
“Green Acres” and the Downfall of Rural America
I hitchhiked to get home, and met a man who explained to me why rural America is in decline -- and it is more hilarious than you may think.
Getting to know your libertarian friend
So what’s the best way to handle your libertarian friend? As a libertarian myself, I am here to offer some helpful tips and best practices.
Amendment 71 is Still Wrong for Colorado
A renewed opposition to this poorly designed and deeply flawed amendment has picked up steam.
Daddy, Do I Believe in God?
Since becoming a dad, I’ve spent way too much time pondering how I am going to broach religion with my kiddo in the future.