We don’t need ideology. We need ideas.
For recycling to be a socially commendable activity, it has to pass one of two tests: the profit test, or the net environmental-savings test.
Given the political momentum for the “Fight for 15” movement, culminating in the House voting in favor of a $15 national minimum wage last month, the article made for perfect social media fodder.
In two decades, almost one third of Americans will be older than 60.
In the absence of reform, expect the Post Office to keep racking up the losses.
What’s the best approach for dealing with our neighbors on the streets who seek our aid?
This is the way of socialism. Is it time we as Americans start rejecting this way at every opportunity?
There are millions of highly-educated, foreign-born individuals in the US workforce with stories like mine. We took an entrepreneurial approach to our lives, seeking to better ourselves and live the American dream.
All I saw were villains, saying predictable things and unwilling to learn and change.
Apprenticeship programs could offer a promising college alternative, but establishing them can be difficult.
But it’s sometimes difficult to refrain from chuckling at the absurdities of its most devoted adherents.
Every time President Trump raises tariffs, the media clucks that American consumers will pay the price. This hasn’t happened yet, and it won’t happen now.
California isn’t nicknamed Commiefornia for nothing.
Before you choose to birth strike for the uncertain good of the planet, it might be wise to consider these almost-certain truths.
Are those who oppose raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour transgressing the Scripture and mocking the Lord God Almighty? One might get that impression from watching Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, when one of the participants explicitly made that argument.
Frank Beard's “30 Days of Gas Station Food” experiment shows that Americans enjoy a a bevy of nutritious food options, even in the places we least expect them.
Increasing the minimum wage doesn’t do much good for workers if they end up working far fewer hours than they would like.
“50 percent of the work is done by the square root of the total number of people who participate in the work.”
American businesses can help solve the growing waste problem.
Manufacturers are creating monopolies by preventing customers (or anyone else) from fixing their products. It's time to end that.
Aaron Sarin's "When the Lion Wakes" reveals harrowing truths about the Chinese Communist Party.
The unconstitutional practice of home equity theft has allowed individuals to be stripped of their property without fair compensation.
The Sanders campaign, which has called for a $15 minimum wage since its beginning, now struggles to meet that demand for many of its own workers.
Don’t give in to social pressure, use the self-checkout if you wish, and don’t lose any sleep over what your friends are sharing in their social media feeds.
Practice frugality. Work hard. Save and invest your money.
The minimum wage’s apparent popularity might be political pyrite (fool’s gold).
How do people account for the discrepancy between projections and actual working hours? There are some popular explanations, all of which share one commonality: they blame the phenomenon on the shortcomings of individuals.
We should applaud as Americans become disenchanted with a world of cubicles and debt. They’re finding greater reward in learning a trade.