Throughout history, and with only the rarest of exceptions, freedom has been far removed from the center of political events.
In Plato's Republic, Socrates says that specialization is advantageous, because "we are not all alike."
The attraction of libertarianism is also its main defect: it offers neat solutions to complex problems.
According to a new report, 95% of the 240 million acres of prairie land that once blanketed the American interior is now gone.
Frank Chodorov once described the income tax as the root of all evil. His target was not the tax itself, but the principle behind it.
The United episode was a disaster for everyone. It didn’t have to be.
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act (NMDA) is something Donald Trump should move to repeal. Let states decide.
It’s easy to offer slogans, but the real world of foreign conflicts rarely offer a clean choice between peace and war.
Donald Trump's top strategist said limited government Republicans are not "living in the real world."
The targeted cuts would have a positive impact beyond the US debt clock.
Since the 2016 election, some Trump critics have trotted out data alleging that states that voted for Trump receive the most federal funding.
Jesse Bright was only moonlighting as an Uber driver. He’s also a criminal defense attorney.
In 2001 Portugal shocked the world and voted to decriminalize all drugs in response to a growing heroin problem. The results are impressive.
The man ticketed said he likes "to take care of the neighbors. They're all elderly and I like to help them out."
Confessions of a former college admissions official: "My job left me feeling sleazy at times."
Speech does hurt people’s feelings. But it isn’t the speech itself that’s toxic. It’s the people engaged in the discourse.
Delta persuaded the TSA to let them pay for a new system. The results are astounding.
College officials who cave to demands to cancel controversial speakers do a disservice to their student bodies.
It's a pervasive idea in politics, art, and culture.
Is it time to do away with hyphenated hate?
It can teach a crucial lesson on the importance of tax visibility.
A Michigan man's ticketing for warming up his car on a frigid day brings to mind something Bertrand Russell wrote on "petty power."
The more diverse friendship networks we cultivate, the less we think in categories of “us vs. them."
Examining America's past can show us how to make America great again. We will see that we are a divided society that has succumbed to fear.
And it happens in the first 30 seconds of the film.
What was the real purpose of this psychological waterboarding?
In an age when people are inundated with media, should the government be subsidizing it?
Does anyone think the designer will be sued and driven out of business for refusing to endorse Trump’s inauguration?