It seems policy and public opinion are in daily flux for the education world. With it becoming more likely students will not be physically in classrooms for the Fall, Liv Finne breaks down the latest.
Join us as WPC's Healthcare Policy Analyst, Dr. Roger Stark, talks about the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic, our state's single-payer healthcare plans, and health care battle lines in the 2020 election.
This week we speak with Todd Myers, WPC's Director for the Environment. He discusses his lastest publications featured in the Wall Street Journal as well as the National Review.
Social distancing may keep us apart, but it doesn’t have to leave us disconnected. Until we can resume our in-person events, WPC hosts a special online webinar series every Wednesday at 10:00 am. Featured Speakers: Rep. Mike Chapman (D- Port Angeles) Rep. Alex Ybarra (R- Quincy)
We speak with Sen. Hans Zeiger on the housing crisis in Washington state and how that affects our economy in many ways.
In this weekly webinar recording, we will hear from Liv Finne, WPC's Director, Center for Education as well as Jason Mercier, WPC's Director, Center for Government Reform. If you would like to see our future webinar dates, please visit here.
Victor David Hanson spoke earlier this year at our Evening in the Dessert event in Palm Springs, Arizona. Hear his address here.
Nationwide, support for the idea of free-markets and capitalism is losing ground with younger generations. We are seeing an increasing trend toward socialist thinking – but it is reversible.
How can we convince young Americans that free markets offer solutions, not more problems? By introducing them to a fresh, bold and unexpected take on the power of the marketplace.
Click here for more information about Free Markets Create.
This was recorded live on February 25 as part of WPC's Virtual Solutions Series, a new weekly program meant to keep our supporters engaged and informed in this interesting time.
The COVID-19 crisis has federal, state and local governments making key policy decisions. WPC researchers have been examining how the pandemic is impacting each of their areas of study and where appropriate, offering recommendations for reform. In this online event, Dr. Stark will talk about his recommendations for expanding our health care capabilities and WPC’s Small Business Center Director Mark Harmsworth will discuss what reforms our state should enact to help small businesses weather this storm and recover quickly in the aftermath.
This week we speak with our own Todd Myers, Director of the Environment, on all things CO2. Is the carbon tax bill coming back? Why are we missing our CO2 targets? Why does spending more not always equal caring more? Listen and find out today!