“Here it is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and I’m supposed to be all upset that Trump attacked John Lewis...."
According to Albert Jay Nock, America's theory of education is off.
It can teach a crucial lesson on the importance of tax visibility.
Who is better equipped to help the poor: bureaucracy or caring citizens?
Nat Hentoff, a fearless intellectual and champion of civil rights, died last week.
The economies of the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands tell a common story.
Pushing everyone toward college can only lead to disillusionment and lost opportunities for both the student and society at large.
Even though many indicators look amazing today, if history is any guide, we are due for another economic downturn.
Would we see a more functional, thriving population if Americans began embracing responsibility instead of thrusting it off on others?
If the Left is willing to admit that men and women might not be the same, for consistency’s sake, it had better prepare for the consequences.
He didn't have a Wikipedia page, but Hulseman created an efficient, inexpensive product used by hundreds of millions (and he employed thousand more).
A 400-year-old lesson in realpolitik.
My ideal home has two rooms: a bedroom to sleep in, and a kitchen to cook in.
Despite his intelligence, erudition, earnestness, and public-relations genius, Obama failed to address the driving concern of Americans.
"It gives on the whole much more pain than pleasure."
Should we dismiss Han Solo as a selfish, self-serving misanthrope? Should we resent the rebels as enemies of order and authority?
And it happens in the first 30 seconds of the film.
Charles Schumer is upset that an airline wants to charge people for overhead space.
Originally he had intended to write a pamphlet called “An Appeal to the People of England, on Behalf of the Poor Man's Child.”
What was the real purpose of this psychological waterboarding?
In the early 20th century, most progressives viewed as cutting-edge science what today looks like simple bigotry.
While the Baileys squandered their investors’ money on subprime loans, Mr. Potter was employing half of Bedford Falls.
A buried report commissioned by the Department of Defense found $125 billion in administrative waste.
Tax breaks for specific companies are less ideal than broad cuts of business taxes, but they should not be confused with taxpayer subsidies.
Why is it that no one burns flags at trade schools?
Instead of student loan forgiveness, why not come up with creative, cost-saving solutions before students rack up thousands in debt?
In an age when people are inundated with media, should the government be subsidizing it?