Musk Wants to Fix Twitter — Good Luck!
Like it or not, Twitter is in trouble. The social media giant is losing loyal users and struggling to turn a profit — and not because Elon Musk bought the company and immediately began firing people.
Election Time Anxiety is Coming to An End
Rather than worrying so much about the “most important election of our lives,” take a look at what is happening around you in your neighborhood and your state.
Look at Licensing Reform To Ease Utah’s Mental Health Crisis
The attention surrounding Utah’s ongoing mental health crisis has been turning heads at the recently formed Office of Professional Licensure Review (OPLR).
Consumer Privacy Laws Aren’t About the Public
When citizens consent to data collection, they make their personal information vulnerable to misuse and third party sales.
Book Banning, Critical Race Theory, Masks — It All Comes Down to School Choice
The latest battle in the realm of public schooling is over what books should be in school libraries. But these battles have been ongoing since the birth of public schools.
A Key Lawsuit Could Reveal Just How Blurry The Lines Between Social Media And Government Have Become
The problems raised by these lawsuits are not new. A recent CATO report discusses how the government uses bullying techniques to establish the “rules” by which social media operates.