Economist Herbert Stein is famous for the quotation “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.”
The University of Missouri has received more than its share of media attention over the past few years, but most of that coverage has focused on the 2
Last week, the U.S. Senate voted 50-49 to strike hundreds of pages of regulations drafted by the Department of Education in the waning days of the Obama presidency.
Members of the City Council are at odds over how to increase the minimum wage—through city ordinance or statewide petition.
Recently, I delivered public comments at a Chesterfield City Council meeting concerning a
Recently, the Superintendent of the Hickman Mills School District and officials from the
In my recent post, The GO Bonds Will Cost You Much More Than You’re Being Told, I concluded that—contrary to claims on the city’s website—the total amount of taxes paid for the GO bond
The Show-Me Institute is pleased to offer internship opportunities for Summer 2017.
HB38, which would relax the requirements for prison time served before a person is eligible for parole, is a welcome reform to Missouri’s prison system.
On Tuesday, February 28, 2017, the Missouri State Supreme Court upheld Saint Louis City’s right to raise its minimum wage. While the court’s decision may make legal sense, it is still bad economics. Enacting this ordinance will harm the poorest of workers.