Liberals, progressives and socialists
One does not have to be in favor of death camps or wars of conquest to be a tyrant. The only requirement is that one has to believe in the primacy of the state over individual rights.
How times have changed
Years ago, spending beyond one’s means was considered a character defect. Today not only do people spend beyond their means, but we’re encouraged to take on debt.
Despite budget squeezes, universities have created diversity positions, such as director of diversity and inclusion, manager of diversity recruitment…
Difficult economics lessons
Economic theory cannot say anything definitive about subjective statements.
Too much college
“The college-for-all crusade has outlived its usefulness. Time to ditch it. Like the crusade to make all Americans homeowners, it’s now doing more harm than good.”
Racial double standards
What if Mitt Romney launched a “White Americans for Romney” movement in an effort to get out the white vote?
Immoral beyond redemption
Are today’s Americans virtuous and moral, or have we become corrupt and vicious? Let’s think it through with a few questions.
The slow collapse of America’s economic might
One of the foundations of the American Dream has always been the hope of someday purchasing one’s own home.
The President has created a number of moral hazards by trying to bail out Americans whose risking behavior got them into trouble.
Charlie Rangel should leave the Congress on His Own Terms
The fall of Charlie Rangel bring up several issues.