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Just over a hundred years ago, in the early years of the 20th century, tens of thousands of people gathered at a series of rallies.... [Read More]
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It is the individual, above all things, and the philosophical outlook that defends his or her rights, who presents the greatest obstacle to totalitarianism. [Read More]
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In other words, if tax rates change, does that incentivize people to alter how much they work, save, and invest, thus changing the amount of taxable... [Read More]
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Robert Putnam, famed author of Bowling Alone, has spent much of his career regretfully publicizing the dangers of diversity. His most famous claim, of course, is... [Read More]
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The prevalence of entrepreneurial activities such as street trading in developing countries testifies to the truth of entrepreneurialism among the citizens. These people, as much... [Read More]
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Customers who visit these New York bakeries come for the cookies and cake but they may not be aware that they are also supporting a revolutionary... [Read More]
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Music is not mere abstraction; it emerges from and is understood within the firmament of history and culture, what we see and what we experience. Beethoven composed... [Read More]
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The American opioid epidemic reaches new highs every year. Last year, the number of Americans killed by overdosing on opiates surpassed the number of those killed... [Read More]
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Farmers markets are a blessed respite from the agricultural regulatory system in which every line of the code has a passionate defender. Consumers who want... [Read More]
These arguments are not new. Robert Hessen, in this excellent short book In Defense of the Corporation (115 pages), sets out to demolish these arguments, and he... [Read More]
Today, as incredible as it might seem, it is legal for the federal government to read your emails without the pesky hassle of getting a... [Read More]
Government is often seen as society's great equalizer. In education, nothing can be further from the truth. Indeed, it is almost impossible for one to... [Read More]
Therefore, it is appropriate to talk about how politics and private philanthropy are inextricably intertwined. Ironically, it is the morally indignant progressive movement that promotes... [Read More]
Nowadays, citizens and noncitizens alike have the pleasure of possibly having their personal devices searched and even retained for weeks on end by Customs and... [Read More]
Many — if not most — of the Post's recommendations from experts, artists, and writers are insipid or authoritarian. But they provide an excellent snapshot of progressive thinking after... [Read More]
There he was dropping off packages in the mail room. I picked up mine and walked away. Then I did a double take. The patch... [Read More]
Okay, I admit it. I'm not a sports fan. I don't get the tribal celebration of one group of players over another, a grouping that... [Read More]
One of the most curious — and most mistaken — arguments that Ian Fletcher made during our debates on trade earlier this week at Hillsdale College occurred... [Read More]
Have a side hustle? You might be breaking the law. The IRS requires anyone making more than 400 bucks a year from self-employment to report... [Read More]
While there are surely some congenital socialist holdouts in our midst, most in the U.S. now acknowledge that socialism and communism don't work. The 20th century... [Read More]
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