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Make Capitalism Cool Again—the Future Depends on It

by Dillon Jones via FEE A recent Gallup Poll found that, for the first time in the polling company’s measurement over the past decade, Democrats now have a more...

[VIDEO] South Africa’s Racist Land Grab | LibertyPen

  Nearly 30 years after Apartheid, South Africa returns to racist policies. The latest proposal: confiscate the land of whites without compensation. LibertyPen is an Objectivist...

Atlas Mugged: Elizabeth Warren’s Plan to Nationalize Corporations

by Jeffrey Harding via Mises Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged depicts a world where freedom and free markets are crushed by not-so-well-meaning politicians and bureaucrats. The story is...

God Chose Trump

When Trump tweets something, the Self-Righteous Indignation Brigade demand that Christians immediately drop their support of the president.  If we don't, then somehow we have lost our...

We Need a Dignity Revolution

A few days ago, as I was traveling between Mass and the NR office in midtown Manhattan, I saw a man, after relieving himself, carrying his urine...

7 Things I’d Do if I Wanted to Keep Poor People...

by Brian Balfour via FEE If I wanted to keep poor people poor, there are several government policies I would favor. Let's count them down. 1:...

[VIDEO] The Invention of the Airplane and the Spirit of Entrepreneurship

  Dr. Burton Folsom discusses the spirit of entrepreneurship in the invention of the first airplane. See more from Hillsdale's online courses here. About "American Heritage" Hillsdale's free...

[VIDEO] Freedom in the 50 States

  Which state is the freest? Which state the least free? Which one has the most lightly taxed and regulated economy? Which states protect personal...

Colorado is going after Christian baker Jack Phillips AGAIN

Apparently, it has become a thing to buy celebratory cakes upon the occasion of amputating one’s plumbing. And apparently, Jack Phillips is the only...

Will South Africa Follow the Path of Zimbabwe?

An almost certain sign that a nation’s economic future and rule of law are in danger is the decision by its government to seize...

The Debasement of Human Rights

by Roger Pilon via Cato Inst. Back in May I invited Aaron Rhodes to come over from his home in Hamburg, Germany, to talk about his new...

Why Resurrecting The Old Stories Of Confederates, Cowboys, And Indians Will...

The emptying of our hall of heroes is not a random thing. It is driven by Jacobins who want to replace our history with...

The Ash Heap of History Awaits

Time to put socialism back where it belongs. An examination of human migration patterns over the past several thousand years demonstrates one fundamental truth: People...

How ‘The Abolition of Man’ Destroys the Idols of the Postmodern...

No one could rightly accuse C.S. Lewis, who was raised as a Northern Protestant Irishman, of betraying his adopted home of England. During the...

Monetary Policy in an Uncertain World

  by James A. Dorn via CATO Inst. Ten years after the 2008 financial crisis we are again facing the possibility of economic turmoil as the...

Want a Socialist Society? First, Abandon Your Hopes and Dreams

by Aaron Banks via Mises Inst. The debate on socialism has surfaced yet again with the recent congressional primary election victory of 28-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,...

Growing Dependence on Subsidies

by Chris Edwards via CATO In two maps today, the New York Times illustrates the growing dependence of Americans on federal government subsidies or welfare. h/t https://twitter.com/vanessabcalder Edwards holds a BA...

Trade deficits associated with higher – not lower – levels of...

Despite the false narrative of rising trade deficits leading to U.S. job losses, the exact opposite has been true for nearly the last half-century...

Creating a ‘Right to Literacy’ Won’t Ensure Children Learn to Read

Is recognizing a “right to literacy” the solution to improved reading outcomes in America? Groups in at least three states think so. There are currently...

8 Years Later, the Damage of Dodd-Frank Continues to Mount

President Donald Trump signed into law the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act on May 24 to, among other things, provide exemptions to smaller...