To Save the Oklahoma Judiciary, We Must Reform It

To Save the Oklahoma Judiciary, We Must Reform It Last month, 1889 Institute published my study on the unfortunate state of the separation of powers in Oklahoma government, describing a state Supreme Court that too often acts as though it is a super legislature, in...

Why I Am Not Pro-Business

Why I Am Not Pro-Business Most who consider themselves conservative, even many with libertarian leanings, are comfortable with describing themselves as pro-business. Not me. Don’t get me wrong. Just because I’m not pro-business doesn’t mean I’m anti-business. I’m...

The Problem of Diffuse Costs and Concentrated Benefits

The Problem of Diffuse Costs and Concentrated Benefits Do you ever find yourself observing a seemingly illogical government program, spending decision, or other strange practice and ask “how is it that no one has fixed that?” If you are like me, you encounter this...