Looking beyond the practicalities, though, we should keep in mind that education ought to be more than mere job preparation. It should be soulcraft, enabling the student to realize his human potential, and preparing him to embrace the true, beautiful, and good (both in this world and the next).
A mindset of “despair springs eternal” can create our destiny. And as more people embrace socialism, the more likely we will no longer live under the blessings of capitalism, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Imagine FDR’s New Deal took the Paris Climate Agreement out for drinks, one thing led to another, and — voila — nine months later they had a baby: The Green New Deal.
How, exactly, is Marriott going to compete directly with Airbnb?
Central Banks need to be independent of politics to make the right decisions about monetary policy. But that's not always what happens.
It was about social responsibility, not material acquisition, and losing sight of it has cost us dearly.
Chick-fil-A employees undergo a comprehensive crash course in all things people skills before hitting the floor.
Once you drill down into the poll, you find out something very different from what the above finding suggests. It turns out that the same people who say they like socialism do not like government.
When government pays for free college, it is risking the money of the average taxpayer.
Rather than expand the supply of housing, the California legislation is moving to shrink the supply of housing instead.
We should always remind the working class that their “undignified” work should be celebrated.
Underemployed is defined as an individual with a college degree who has a job that only requires a high school diploma.
For the high cost of college, what do students learn?
If having the highest taxes were a competition, Chicago would be a clear winner.
How do we overcome our need to make our story cohere with our preexisting biases?
In 1988 Sanders was on what he called “a very strange honeymoon” with his bride Jane.
Are dads shirking their duty by committing less time to child care or is there something else at play?
Let’s allow one survivor of Communism to stand as a witness for the millions of dead around the globe, the neighbors snatched away in the dead of night, the beatings and torture, the theft of property, the erasure of private life, the work camps, the restrictions on speech and travel, the propaganda delivered as fact in schools and the press.
It will take years for Zimbabwe to get out of the hole that Mugabe dug.
The facts are clear and unarguable. Most of the nation’s smaller urban and rural counties are not growing and will not grow.
All of this talk about free college and student loan forgiveness should lead us to wonder why college costs and debt are rising in the first place.
For Ricardo Pita, socialism is not just theoretical. He has a message for those who haven't experienced it and think it will improve their country.
The Sanders campaign is currently advertising nearly two dozen job positions on the campaign website.
Teacher salaries haven’t kept pace with student spending.
The world’s largest fast food company will be just fine. But what about workers?
Medi-Cal wields a budget of $20.7 billion but does not quantify how much taxpayer money it spends on false-documented illegals.
This sounds suspiciously like the "bootstraps" argument which the left so often and so vehemently rejects. And it's pretty odd to hear it from Bernie Sanders.
Does democracy lead to higher economic growth? Or, is it economic growth that fosters the emergence of democratic regimes?