In 'What’s Wrong with the World,' G.K. Chesterton argued that capitalists and socialists alike show little interest in defending our most basic social unit.
A 2015 study found that women were paid $0.73 dollars per dollar earned by men, a 27% gap. But evidence does not support the claim that this wage gap is the result of systemic gender discrimination
The habits families model or teach to their children – whether in spending or saving – will likely get passed on to each generation whether they are wise or not.
Should college be the norm for students after they graduate from high school?
Congressional Republicans now are reportedly looking to spend billions of additional tax dollars bailing out insurers offering Obamacare coverage, rather than dealing with the real problems that are driving up costs.
Only in a free-market system can we truly achieve individual liberty and human flourishing.
Adam Smith's appreciation for the Stoic emperor's writings is evident in his own work.
Even Bill Gates commits logical fallacies on occasion.
It's not the women getting the short end of the stick.
Sweden is far from the socialist nirvana it has been depicted to be. A look at the good, the bad, and the ugly of its economic system.
In the classic work 'Economics in One Lesson,' Henry Hazlitt discussed, dissected and debunked 22 economic sophisms, many of which are still with us today.
Opinions and statistics vary as to how large an impact automation will have on the employment market. But many tech execs are taking no chances.
A New York real estate developer was ordered to pay $6.7M for whitewashing graffiti from his buildings after a judge ruled the graffiti was protected by the Visual Artists Rights Act.
John Maynard Keynes is often remembered as an advocate for permanent deficits. In fact, he opposed them.
“Typical students burn thousands of hours studying material that neither raises their productivity nor enriches their lives.”
Writing at NPR, Georgetown University’s Abigail March explains that the nations that provide the most help to strangers are also among the most individualistic.
It seems unquestionable that cryptocurrencies are bound to play a critical role in coming years. Yet the inherent nature of bitcoin could condemn it to irrelevance as a widely-accepted medium of exchange.
By the time you finish reading this article, some 600 people from all over the world will have escaped poverty.
Coolidge was the rare sort of politician who stuck by his principles of fiscal responsibility and governmental restraint.
The answer varies considerably depending upon the circumstances and people affected, but some eye-opening patterns are present.
"Having people who have different mental perspectives is what’s important. If you want to explore things you haven’t explored, having people who look just like you and think just like you is not the best way."
Would we experience better care, lower prices, and less intrusion by third parties if we brought the modern doctor back to the local community?
Here are 25 quotes from Thomas Sowell, one of America's most outspoken luminaries.
Aliens are going to have a bad first impression of us if the first humans they meet are government bureaucrats.
Ethanol mandates raise the price of fuel, harms businesses, and create no green benefit. So why do we impose them?
The minimum wage wages war on entry-level workers.
President Trump's new tariffs on imports of solar panels and other domestic products are said to place 'America First.' But if they ignite a trade war with China everyone will lose.
Does the quest for equality actually do more to insult women than it does to advance their cause?