The Hidden Economic Lesson in ‘A Christmas Carol’ Foundation for Economic Education Dec. 24, 2021.

Iowa’s forgotten tax – The state’s high regulatory burden The Cedar Rapids Gazette w/ John Hendrickson Dec. 22, 2021

HHS Says ‘No Thank You’ To Accountability The Hill Dec. 15, 2021

Tribal Knowledge Brings Both Community, Complexity to Permitting Bloomberg Law Nov. 19, 2021

Hidden Economic Lessons In Ghost Stories The Hill Oct. 29, 2021

The Ideas Of Nobel Laureates Are Not All Created Equal Discourse Magazine Oct. 15, 2021

What Plato Can Teach Economists Discourse Magazine Oct. 1, 2021

Biden’s Regulatory Agenda Rests On Shaky Economics, But There’s A Way To Fix It Forbes Sept. 27, 2021

Two Ways New Hampshire Can Have Very, Very Good State Regulations New Hampshire Journal Sept. 19, 2021

How ‘Mortality Analysis’ Can Promote Equity For The Poor And Vulnerable The Hill w/ Andrew Baxter Sept. 1, 2021

Virginia Has Led The Way On Cutting Red Tape. Will The Next Governor? Richmond Times-Dispatch Sept. 1, 2021

What Explains The California Exodus The Orange County Register Jul. 30, 2021

What The Department Of Energy’s War On Showering Means For Consumers Forbes Jul. 19, 2021

A U.S. Sovereign Wealth Fund? Discourse Magazine Jul. 15 2021

How Economists Put A Price Tag On Your Life Forbes Jul. 9, 2021

Why Conservatives And Libertarians Should Think Globally About Environmental Policy Forbes Jun. 23, 2021

How ‘Compounding Pharmacies’ Can Prevent The Next Drug Crisis The Hill Jun 19, 2021

New Government Climate Report Could Help Justify Hundreds of Billions In Regulatory Costs Forbes Jun 14, 2021

At The Department Of Energy, ‘Process’ Takes A Back Seat To Politics Forbes Jun 9, 2021

Why Is The EPA Denying Science In Its ‘Air’ Office? Forbes May 28, 2021

What Is Vs What Should Be In Climate Policy Austrian Economics Blogs Apr. 22, 2021 

Regulatory Reform Can Take Mississippi To Mars Daily Journal w/ Russ Latino Mar. 26, 2021 

Biden’s Climate Report Is Based on Personal Values, Not Science RealClear Policy Mar. 11, 2021

The Irrationality of Market Failure Theory The Regulatory Review Mar. 9, 2021

Putting The President’s Pharmacy Vaccine Plan Into Action The Hill Mar. 8, 2021

Out Of The Gate Biden Ditches Bipartisanship National Review Feb. 26, 2021

Nebraska Makes Progress On Relieving Regulatory Burdens; More Needs To Be Done Midlands Voices w/Colin O’Reilly Feb. 21, 2021

Taming the Occupational Licensing Boards and Creating Jobs Discourse Magazine w/ Patricia Patnode Feb. 10, 2021

HHS’s ‘Sunset Rule’ Will Save Money And Lives STAT Feb. 2, 2021

Science Denialism In The New Administration The Hill Jan. 27, 2021

Biden Opens Floodgates For More Regulations Washington Times Jan. 26, 2021

Jerry Ellig Was A Great Economist, A Great Colleague And A Great Friend Discourse Magazine w/ Multiple Authors Jan. 25, 2021

Good Ideas That Might Find Favor In A New Era Discourse Magazine w/ Multiple Authors Jan. 21, 2021

Trump’s Enduring Legacy On Regulation The Hill Jan. 20 2021

How Joe Biden Can Stop Deadly Regulations in Their Tracks
National Review w/ Dustin Chambers
Jan. 13, 2021

Colorado’s Sunset Review Process Should be Strengthened
Colorado Springs Gazette w/ Patricia Patnode
Dec. 17, 2020

Joe Biden’s Looming Legitimacy Crisis (and What He Can Do about It)
Hartford Courant
Dec. 15, 2020

HHS Shows How to Sunset Red Tape on Small Business
The Hill
Dec. 10, 2020

Who knew? New Jersey is a Leader in Red Tape Reform
New Jersey Star-Ledger
Dec. 8, 2020

To Boost Vaccination Rates, Empower Pharmacy Technicians
The Hill
Nov. 4, 2020

To Promote Economic Recovery, Montana Needs Regulatory Relief
Montana Standard w/ Kendall Cotton
Nov. 2, 2020

Cut Red Tape to Grow Iowa’s Economy
Caffeinated Thoughts
Oct. 28, 2020

Rethinking the Nobel Prize in Economics
The Hill
Oct. 3, 2020

How Regulatory Reform Can Help Drive the Economic Recovery
National Review
Sept. 17, 2020

COVID-19 is Forcing Economists to Rethink the Value of Life
Aug. 20, 2020

A Regulatory Agenda for Trump’s Second Term
The Hill
Jul. 29, 2020

Most ‘Regulated State’ in the South: Mississippi Needs to Dump Red Tape
Mississippi Clarion Ledger w/ Brett Kittredge
Jul. 7, 2020

The Bias of “Value of a Statistical Life” Measurements
June 20, 2020

Why Michigan Needs More Pharmacy Reform
The Detroit News
June 14, 2020

How Idaho’s Prescient Pharmacy Reforms Prepared It for the Coronavirus
The National Interest w/ Phil Haunschild
May 28, 2020

COVID-19 Reveals How Economists Sometimes Forget Economics
The Hill
May 26, 2020

Will Lockdowns Really Kill More People than COVID-19 Itself?
Tribune News Service w/ Michael Kotrous
May 21, 2020

In Coronavirus Fight, Your Pharmacist Could be an Unexpected Hero
Fox Business w/ Yuliya Yatsyshina
May 1, 2020

Why Economists Measure Human Lives in Dollars
Politico Magazine w/ Michael Kotrous
April 2, 2020

A Step Toward Sound Policy
West Virginia Gazette-Mail
March 21, 2020

The Myopic Short Termism of the Value of a Statistical Life
The Regulatory Review
March 17, 2020

Putting the Horse Before the Cart in Cost-Benefit Analysis
The Regulatory Review
March 17, 2020

The Value of a Statistical Life is Not Efficient
The Regulatory Review
March 17, 2020

Kenneth Arrow and the Odd Form of Dictatorship He Helped Create
American Institute for Economic Research
February 23, 2020

Annual Office of Management and Budget Report is Ground Zero for Regulatory Clashes
Washington Times
Feb. 12, 2020

Cut Red Tape to Help Rein in Federal Deficits
The Fiscal Times, w/ Jack Salmon
February 10, 2020

Rethinking the Value of a Statistical Life
The Regulatory Review
February 10, 2020

Virginia Finally Seems to be Attacking its Regulatory Overload
Washington Post
February 7, 2020

How Utah Can Be the Best State for Regulations
Salt Lake Tribune, w/ Chris Harelson
February 1, 2020

Setting the Record Straight on Trump’s Regulatory Reforms
The Hill
January 6, 2020

Don’t Expect Recession in 2020
Dec. 27, 2019

The Pitfalls of the ‘Social Cost of Carbon’
The Hill
Dec. 13, 2019

Shining a Light on Agency Guidance Practices
Morning Consult
Oct. 18, 2019

Ranking the States by Regulation
National Review, w/ Patrick McLaughlin
October 17, 2019

This Year, Let’s Cancel the Nobel Prize in Economics
The Hill
October 7, 2019

Is Donald Trump the Cost-Benefit President?
Sept. 11, 2019

How Ohio can Get its New Regulatory Reform Right
Columbus Dispatch
Aug. 22, 2019

A Dark Day for Red Tape in the Buckeye State
Wall Street Journal
Aug. 2, 2019

Bring Back John Q. Public’s Voice in Federal Rulemaking
The Hill
July 25, 2019

Even Economists Lie to Themselves
Foundation for Economic Education
July 11, 2019

One Reason for the High Cost of Housing in California May Surprise You— Overregulation
Los Angeles Times, w/ Emily Hamilton
July 3, 2019

Trump’s EPA Scores a Slam Dunk for Science
Morning Consult
May 29, 2019

Trump’s EPA Scores a Slam Dunk for Science
The Hill
May 20, 2019

Idaho’s New “Budget” for Red Tape
Coeur d’Alene Press
April 12, 2019

Oklahoma can be a Top 10 State for Regulation
The Oklahoman
April 9, 2019

Courts May be Paying Closer Attention to Regulators’ Arbitrary Analysis
The Hill
April 5, 2019

Take the Religion out of Regulation
The Hill
February 19, 2019

Cut the Red Tape to Help Mississippi’s Economy Grow Faster
Clarion Ledger
January 29, 2019

Legislators can Take Steps to Prevent Maine’s Coming Regulatory Storm
Portland Press Herald w/ Jacob Posik
January 26, 2019

Make Benefit-Cost Analysis Meaningful
The Regulatory Review
January 8, 2019

The Problem with ‘Expert’ Regulation
The Hill
January 8, 2019

Bringing NM Regulation into the 21st Century
Albuquerque Journal
January 3, 2019

Repeal and Replace the Code of Federal Regulations
Investor’s Business Daily
December 12, 2018

The Trust Fund Theory of Regulation
The Hill
November 12, 2018

How to Improve Trump’s Regulatory Budget
Washington Examiner
October 31, 2018

Trump’s Regulatory Reforms Need a Phase Two
The Hill, w/ Laura Jones
September 27, 2018

What’s Your Life Worth? The Governor Says, It Depends…
The Miami Herald
August 31, 2018

Regulation Rollback and the ‘Trump Bump’
The Hill
August 10, 2018

Arizona Is a Model for Red Tape Reduction
Arizona Daily Star,  w/ Catherine Konieczny
July 31, 2018

Budget Office’s Benefit Numbers are Simply Bananas
The Hill
June 15, 2018

Lessons from NJ’s Problem-Plagued Bid to Cut Red Tape
New York Post
May 15, 2018

Ohio, a Leader in Cutting Red Tape, Can Do More
Columbus Dispatch
Apr 19, 2018

How Texas went from the Wild West to the Regulated West
The Dallas Morning News
Apr 16, 2018

Licensing, Justice Reform Will Aid Virginia’s Poorest
The Daily Progress
March 25, 2018                

A Reform That Offers Hope for Centrists
Washington Post
March 14, 2018                                                                         

Let Regulators Eliminate Regulations
US News & World Report
February 22, 2018  

Arkansas Should Make it Easy to Follow the Law
Jonesboro Sun
February 14, 2018

How Much of an Income Drop Will Take a Life?
The Regulatory Review
February 13, 2018

Cut Back Regulations to Make Strong Florida Economy Even Stronger
Orlando Sentinel, w/ Adam Milsap
January 10, 2018

Death by Regulation
Investor’s Business Daily
December 20, 2017

Who Knew? Maryland Has Less Red Tape Than Its Neighbors
Baltimore Sun, w/ Nick Zaiac
December 15, 2017

Zooming in on State’s Rules and Regs
Charleston Gazette-Mail,
w/ Garrett Ballengee
December 8, 2017

Piketty’s Theory Suggests Deregulation Can Fight Inequality
Seeking Alpha
November 21, 2017

The Dangers Posed by Behavioral Economics
October 20, 2017

Time Is Right for Changes in Colorado Regulation
Colorado Springs Gazette
October 6, 2017

REIN’ing in Wisconsin Regulations
Green Bay Press-Gazette, w/ Bryce Chinault
September 8, 2017

Reforming Regulatory Analysis
August 26, 2017

Keep It Simple
US News & World Report
July 17, 2017

Why Our Kids Will Thank Us for Rolling Back Net Neutrality
The Fiscal Times
July 3, 2017

Spring Cleaning for Regulations
Inside Sources
May 24, 2017

For ‘Big League’ Regulation Cuts, Look to Canada
April 25, 2017

How Virginia Can Save Money and Cut Red Tape at the Same Time
Richmond Times-Dispatch
March 25, 2017

The Hidden Dangers of Government Tweets
The Fiscal Times
March 23, 2017

In Illinois, 259,900 Words That Restrict Businesses
Crain’s Chicago Business
March 16, 2017

How to Cut Red Tape
US News and World Report
March 6, 2017

Eliminate Regulations that Don’t Actually Help the Environment
The Hill
February 3, 2017

A Task for Trump’s OMB Director: Regulatory Reform
January 24, 2017

Make Regulations Democratic Again
US News & World Report
November 21, 2016

Managing Business Red Tape
The Courier-Journal, w/ Patrick McLaughlin
September 23, 2016

The Risks of Ignorance in Chemical and Radiation Regulation
Real Clear Policy, w/ Dima Yazji Shamoun
September 12, 2016

The Road to More Risk
US News & World Report
August 15, 2016

When Energy Efficiency Rules Aren’t Cool
Washington Times
August 14, 2016

Catfishing the American Public
US News & World Report
March 14, 2016

Make America Great Again (on Regulations)!
Washington Examiner
October 29, 2015

How Regulators are Undermining Democracy
Inside Sources, w/ Sherzod Abdukadirov
June 3, 2015

Department of Energy Dishwasher Regulations Will Soak Consumers
US News & World Report, w/ Robert Michaels
March 23, 2015

The Bell Should Toll for ‘Midnight’ Regulations
US News & World Report, w/ Jerry Ellig
November 10, 2014

The Right Level of Regulatory Rigor
US News & World Report, w/ Jerry Ellig
September 8, 2014

It’s High Time for Effective Regulatory Reform
RealClearPolicy, w/ Thomas D. Hopkins
Aug 26, 2014

Regulation by Stealth: Time to Re-Examine Federal Agencies
McClatchy-Tribune,  w/ John D. Graham
July 22, 2014

A Closer Look at Energy Efficiency
Washington Times, w/ Richard Williams
May 16, 2014

The Headlong Rush to Regulate
U.S. News and World Report, w/ Jerry Ellig
March 17, 2014

The Department of Energy Thinks You’re Irrational
U.S. News and World Report
August 5, 2013

Howard Shelanski’s To-Do List
The Hill, w/ Jerry Ellig
July 9, 2013

Dodd-Frank Remains A Troubled Work in Progress
American Banker, w/ Hester Peirce
January 9, 2013

Is It Time To End the Federal Reserve?
U.S. News and World Report, w/ Lawrence H. White
October 2, 2012

Dodd-Frank: Two Years Later, Countless Questions Remain
RealClearPolicy, w/ Hester Peirce
July 21, 2012