ABOUT POLICYBOT

About PolicyBot

PolicyBot is a free online database and search engine that …

  • provides fast and easy access to the best research and commentary from the nation’s free-market think tanks and advocacy groups
  • contains full texts, brief summaries, and source citations for more than 30,000 reports, articles, policy briefs, podcasts, and videos
  • delivers PDF or HTML versions of every publication
  • can be searched by keyword, author, or publication, and results can be displayed chronologically by date of publication (starting with most recent) or by relevance.

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LATEST DOCUMENTS

Aug 29, 2014

Global Warming a Greater Threat than ISIS?

The establishment liberal media frequently point out Democrats are much more worried about global warming than Republicans, and the media paint this divide as showing Republicans are out of touch o

Aug 29, 2014

Judge Blocks Popular California Pension Reform Initiative

On August 4, California Judge Kent Kellegrew took the unusual step of removing a citizen’s initiative from the ballot that would have dramatically reformed pensions for all future employees in Vent

Aug 29, 2014

College Board Still Hiding Behind Its Revisionist American History

In a famous scene in the Wizard of Oz , the little dog Toto unexpectedly pulls back a curtain hiding the “great and powerful” wizard.

Aug 29, 2014

‘Winning’ Economic Policies Combine for States’ Success

Scholars with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, as well as other institutions, have often used descriptive statistics in conjunction with empirical evidence to tell stories — sometimes, profou

Aug 28, 2014

Burger King’s Migration Highlights Flaws in U.S. Corporate Tax Policy

Burger King’s announcement that it will move its headquarters to Canada has put

Aug 28, 2014

Greg Scandlen: How Mutual Aid Can Protect Families in Times of Trouble

Aid societies used to be prevalent in American life. They promoted civic and moral virtues and provided important financial and insurance benefits to members and their families.