Why the Government Won’t Let Colleges Reduce Tuition

This article originally appeared in The American. Click here to read the full article. By Ike Brannon Most people think that college tuition is too high, and many presidents of private colleges agree with that sentiment and would like to cut their tuition. However, they cannot legally do so, at least not in a way […]

The Minimum Wage Can Never Be High Enough

This article originally appeared in The American. Click here to read the full story. By Ike Brannon While waiting in line at my local grocery store in Washington, D.C., the other night, I eavesdropped on two thirty-something store employees discussing the $15 minimum wage that recently took effect in Seattle. “It’s a start, but it[…..]

The Costs of a Miscarriage of Justice

This article originally appeared at the Weekly Standard. Click here to read the full article. By Ike Brannon and Joshua Wolson When a class action lawsuit gets settled, the deal has to prescribe how the defendant will pay the members of the injured class and who can be part of that class. BP, the global[…..]

The Biotech Lobby Fights To Undermine Less-Costly Biosimilar Drugs

This article originally appeared at Forbes. Click here to read the full article. By Ike Brannon I am a child of the war against margarine. When the spread was introduced in the 1800s, dairy farmers bitterly fought the product, especially in Wisconsin, the dairy capital of the world and whence my family hailed. The state–at[…..]