Cato InstituteLIVE NOW: In honor of #RepealDay, a distinguished panel of experts discusses a more sophisticated and nuanced understanding of substance use and addiction that can produce an enlightened public policy. Join the conversation with #CatoHealth. j.mp/2DSGmjGpic.twitter.com/ruABxL20Wf
Cato InstituteAbout 95,000 American patients are waiting for a kidney, the most commonly transplanted organ. The average wait is around 4.5 years while receiving dialysis, and several thousand people die every year because they cannot find a donor. j.mp/35KnPSO #CatoHealth pic.twitter.com/i4hydKe2Bs
Georgia gives the legal resource database Lexis an exclusive copyright to publish the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA), thus restricting its citizens’ ability to access and understand the laws that bind them. The logic behind copyright does...
Cato InstituteThe state of Georgia gives the legal resource database Lexis an exclusive copyright to publish the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA), thus restricting its citizens’ ability to access and understand the laws that bind them. j.mp/2Y5dj5Zpic.twitter.com/BRnDoaXldf
Cato InstituteMexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (popularly known as AMLO) displays an authoritarian disdain for independent checks and balances and an intolerance to any view that is inconsistent with his preconceived notion of a virtuous society. j.mp/383KkUP #CatoFP pic.twitter.com/3k9NeA9eG3
Cato InstituteThe more than 20 percentage point decline in foreign approval of American leadership between 2016 (the final year of Obama's presidency) and 2017 (Trump's first year) lowered American exports by at least $3 billion. j.mp/2Rbcg2Q #CatoEcon pic.twitter.com/fq0nnHbF0A
Fortunes acquired through corruption and cronyism are bad; not so for fortunes acquired through work and innovation.
Cato InstituteWealth inequality is not good or bad by itself — it entirely depends on what caused it. Inequality may reflect crony capitalism, or it may reflect innovation in a growing economy that is lifting all boats. j.mp/2DCMNY4 #CatoEcon #Cato2020 pic.twitter.com/yoEBAjYwO6
Cato InstituteAldi is owned by the Albrecht family of Germany, which Forbes counts as one of the richest in the world. They made their fortune not on the backs of the poor, but by serving the poor and everyone else. j.mp/2q6hXnC #CatoEcon pic.twitter.com/Pr0rQpON6Q
Americans have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving Day, such as the rule of law, free markets, equality under the law, freedom of speech and religion, self-government, and the progress they generate.
Roughly seven-in-ten white Americans say police officers treat racial and ethnic groups equally at least some of the time. By way of comparison, half of Hispanics and just 33% of black adults say the same.