Fixing Public Policy for the Millennial Generation

It’s time to take a cold, hard look at the failures of the 20th century’s public policy decisions. The War on Drugs has failed. Public education, especially in cities, is a mess. The welfare bureaucracy has grown out of control and the debt pile it fuels shows no sign...

Drug War: Getting Our Priorities Straight

Americans live in the last days of a hundred-year-long international drug war. Fifty-two percent of the country has come to the view that marijuana criminalization is outright wrong, and 67 percent believe that punitive criminalization is not the best way to...

Drug Reform Is About Animal Rights, Too

As the United States prepares to enter its 44th year waging a “war on drugs,” more and more Americans have come tounderstand the consequences of this failed policy. But while economists underline theinordinate financial costs and civil rights activists...