The performance of the very best computers versus the performance of the very best humans, who wins?
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Making things remains a quintessential human endeavor
Younger generations have been powerful agents of political and social change, can they influence entitlement reform?
In the quest for new sources of growth to support the American economy’s flagging dynamism, policy reform now looms as the most promising “low-hanging fruit” available.
Norway now sits atop Legatum’s Index, while Singapore claims top billing for the World Bank.
The foresight that Americans demonstrated during the recent Great Recession and the ensuing recovery of household balance sheets are encouraging signs of the resilience necessary for U.S. households to face future fiscal challenges.
Can we get spending under control?
If we are entering a period of stagnant growth, what does human flourishing look like?
This past September marked 226 years since the framers of the United States Constitution adopted a sentence that changed the course of economic history