It’s an injustice to care about community character so much that you’ll use government power to block people’s access to affordable food.
City officials in Sweden are ordering a school cook to downgrade her meals in order to create lunch time equality.
History is repeating itself in the world of crony capitalism as yet another solar plant goes up in smoke, alongside $1 billion in taxpayers' money.
Soviet history is something every American should learn before it is too late to prevent its repetition here at home.
Progressive politicians love making a talking point of raising the minimum wage, but doing so would severely damage the people they say they work to serve.
It's not hard to find things to be thankful for in America. Just take a look inside your trash can today.
Amazon's Jack Ryan series is full of bald-faced lies about Venezuela's current crisis, as well as taking swipes at President Trump.
New York and Florida have similar populations of 20 million and 21 million, respectively. But state and local governments in New York spent twice as much ($348 billion) as governments in Florida ($177 billion).
Every two or three years, a group of bureaucrats gets together to adjust trade restrictions on endangered species. Their work actually hurts those species.
States aren't just failing to protect their citizens' private property, in some ways state governments are actively working to steal it away.
It's a lie that Venezuela is not a socialist country. Here's a list of the industries that Hugo Chavez nationalized during his rule.
Is life only about how far you can get in a career? Is work just about paying the bills? Perhaps there's more to be gained from both work and leisure.
At age 14, Alina Morse achieved “the American Dream.” How did it happen?
Republicans need to do a better job of definitively standing for conservative principles, or they'll lose more than just the next election.
Unions get far too much credit for things such as the 40 hour work week. Workers should instead be thanking Henry Ford and other businessmen.
The Christmas season, and the resulting returns of unwanted gifts, play havoc with the United States Postal Service, which bleeds money well into January.
As we enter the third decade of the third millennium, it's important to take time to look at the good news of how the human condition continues to improve.
A new California law set to go into effect in the new year is the latest example of misguided legislation hurting the very people it was aimed to “protect” in the Golden State.
Planet earth is getting better and better for humans on a number of economic and lifestyle metrics, not just in the West, but also around the world.
Marx had a keen eye for nonsense, except when he himself was writing it.
Allegations that higher-income earners don’t pay their “fair share” of taxes are a mainstay misrepresentation of the political left.
People often believe that good things can only happen when people set out to do good things. Here's why good things can come from ordinary deeds.
Three players signed contracts for a total of $814 million recently. If they'd signed those contracts for different teams, they'd be taking home a lot more.
The changing attitude of immigrants toward assimilation has been transforming the U.S. from a melting pot to a salad bowl. This is having harmful economic effects, especially on immigrants who don’t assimilate.
Last week, Miami art gallery Art Basel sold, for $120,000, a piece of art composed of a banana duct taped to a wall. The banana used in the display is a real banana, and on Saturday, a performance artist named David Datuna ate some of it.
In the Soviet Union it was communism that killed days of rest.
The very usage of the terms “capitalism” and “socialism” has evolved past the point of clear meaning.
For many people college degrees simply aren't worth the price of tuition, so we need to be more transparent about this cost/benefit analysis.