The Adam Smith Institute Blog The Mountaintop: Hit play. No subsidy. Time to rethink government arts funding.
Government arts funding distorts the market against unfunded but potentially hit plays, like The Mountaintop, portraying Martin Luther King's final day.
03/25/2010 11:33 pm
Northern Ireland politicians agreed to move policing and justice authority from Britain to the Stormont Assembly. It did so without the support of the once-dominant Ulster Unionist Party, pointing to lingering anger among some Protestants over concessions made to Irish republicans.
03/16/2010 04:44 pm
Lord Ashcroft, a leading Conservative donor, has revealed he's a non-domiciled resident or non-dom, who doesn't have to pay UK taxes on overseas income.
03/09/2010 04:44 pm
Neither Gordon Brown nor David Cameron is popular with British voters. Elections this spring could result in parliamentary paralysis.
02/24/2010 08:01 am
The Westminster dog show winner owes her adorable walk and diminutive stature to one copy of a gene. In general, though, from a pampered Poodle to a lovable shelter mutt, dogs are 'pretty much identical,' canine geneticist explains.
02/17/2010 08:12 pm
Dog owners can spend more than $1 million to get results at the Westminster dog show. The returns don't show on a balance sheet.
02/17/2010 02:20 pm
At the Westminster dog show 2010, Scottish Terrier 'Sadie' took best in show. She's the eighth Scottie to win at Westminster.
02/17/2010 02:08 pm
In Monday's TV ratings showdown, the furry adorableness of the Westminster Dog Show 2010 takes on the international glamour and athletic prowess of the Winter Olympics. Here's why the dogs should win.
02/15/2010 03:26 pm
House of Commons Speaker Michael Martin caught in public anger over expense scandal
05/18/2009 01:00 am
Chrysler terminated its relationship with 789 dealers Thursday. General Motors could do the same with 1,000 dealers Friday.
05/15/2009 01:00 am