Stuart Whatley

Don’t Let the Last Crisis Go to Waste

Democrats need a concrete plan for the next financial crisis; one that keeps in mind past mistakes and does not cow-tow to deficit hawks.

Who’s Afraid of Ocasio-Cortez?

Having subscribed to the doctrine of “disaster capitalism,” critics of Western democratic socialism fear a storming of the Winter Palace, simply because that is what they would do.

A Modest Proposal: Tax Worthlessness

How some economists are looking for ways to reduce the “material incentives” of pursuing lucrative but destructive professions.

Dignity Included

The passing of Initiative 77 tomorrow would mean the political recognition of a value that restaurant owners have been reaping for free.

Digital Capitalism’s War on Leisure

Market forces are invading the space for leisure. Defending it will require nothing less than a return to robust twentieth-century social democracy.