Th Libre Institute is hosting a press call this morning to discuss the release of its latest study, which examines federal policies – namely, the combination of minimum wage with welfare benefits – and their impact on the Puerto Rican debt crisis.
According to a recent White House study, Blacks and Hispanics comprise over 50 percent of those in prison in our country. This presents an array of problems for society as a whole.
April is Financial Literacy month, and for many Hispanics in the U.S. it’s particularly important to have a full understanding of their financial situation and the challenges they face.
Due to the recent resurgence of socialism as an economic model dressed up in new terms, scholar Mark Perry has highlighted his 1995 essay “Why Socialism Failed” which examined why the system is flawed in premise as well as in practice.
As the problem of rising costs of higher education looms larger each day, lawmakers are considering promising policy proposals that may reduce costs and save taxpayer dollars.
The LIBRE Institute is a proud supporter of School Choice and we wanted to see how much you know about the subject during National School Choice Week. Take this quiz and see where you stand!
According to recent data, Hispanic and African American working families are twice as likely as other groups to be low-income and more likely to be targeted by government initiatives that help pay for child care services. But is more government assistance the best solution to the rising cost of child care?
Does immigration harm our economy? Should we prevent additional job-seekers from crossing our borders? Do immigrants compete with Americans for jobs? The United States has a long and rich history of immigration, and questions like those above have perennially dogged supporters of the immigrants who wish to come to our country in search of opportunity.