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Jenny Grimberg is a current graduate student at Georgetown University, studying applied economics while interning part time at a libertarian think tank. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, she spent two years working in the financial industry in New York. For fun, Jenny loves to read and travel.


Ask anyone living in the cities of New York, San Francisco, or London what their biggest expense is, and most people would answer that it is their rent or mortgage. Partly, this is the free market at work; as professionals flock


There is at least one entity to blame for the forest fires ravaging through California wine country, and it is not the most obvious: the government.  In 1910, deadly wildfires raged through Washington, Idaho, and Montana, costing the states 3


As the last reverberations of the U.S. mortgage crisis wind down and start being forgotten, another, less obvious, crisis sits on the horizon waiting to explode. The federal student loan market is a catastrophe waiting to happen, and it is


If there were a proven way to win a war that the United States has been losing for decades and wasting billions of dollars on, shouldn’t the government adopt such a way immediately? The United States has been fighting the

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