The government filings of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans have provided ideologically motivated journalists and advocates a treasure trove for scoring points against businesses and organizations they don’t like. Call it PPP-shaming.
Listen carefully. Do you hear that? It’s the ground shifting beneath the public education establishment.
Missouri’s electricity market does not include many free-market principles. Incorporating them has the potential to save customers money.
On the most recent Show-Me Institute podcast, Dr. Susan Pendergrass is joined by Aaron Renn and Patrick Tuohey. They discuss Aaron's recent paper published by the Institute. The report analyzes the economic conditions of Kansas City, Kansas versus Kansas City, Missouri.
Technology perpetually changes the way education is delivered. COVID-19 has accelerated a lot of these changes, with schools scrambling to create distance learning plans as a response to closures.
Unfortunately, it seems unlikely we’ll get reform for Community Improvement Districts (CIDs) and Transportation Development Districts (TDDs) this year.
Medicaid expansion was never going to be “free” for Missouri, and now we have even more evidence that expansion would be a catastrophe for the state’s budget.