Freeman depicts capitalism as a system where businesses focus on maximizing short-term stock price.
Black people must ask what needs to be done to stop criminals from preying on them and making so many of their communities economic wastelands.
On CEOs celebrating the “death” of capitalism.
Who counts as green? Whose debt should be subsidized?
Bernie Sanders is indeed a “dumb dupe” about economics. Or as the Soviet Communists used to put it, “a useful idiot.”
Sam Donaldson Seeks Bloomberg vs. Trump
America needs to rediscover the Founders’ commitment to individual rights.
The true tragedy is that so many Americans are blind to the fact that today’s colleges and universities pose a threat on several fronts to the well-being of our nation.
These insights into the nature of the market process are part of Israel Kirzner’s lasting legacy to our understanding of the workings of the economic order.
The bottom line is that there is nothing historic about this budget, or these cuts.
Say’s Law and Saysian economics go hand in hand with a political-economic-philosophical appreciation for capitalism – for rationality, the pursuit of self-interest, entrepreneurialism, profit-making, private property rights, the rule of law, and constitutionalism.
Thomas Sowell discusses poverty around the world and in the United States. Poverty in America, he says, compared to the rest of the world, is not severe....
Adam Mossoff interview with Elan Journo on patents and copyrights.
What is called Black History Month might more accurately be called “the sins of white people” month.
I hope we get more of the good from Trump and less of the bad and ugly.
Love is far too precious to be offered indiscriminately. It is above all in the area of love that egalitarianism ought to be repudiated. Love represents an exalted exchange–a spiritual exchange–between two people, for the purpose of mutual benefit.
Ginsburg explores the U.S. Constitution and features interviews with and gains the perspectives from constitutional experts of all political views — liberal, conservative and libertarian.
A new spirit of intellectual intolerance has emerged and congealed in American academia. Their proponents are the new totalitarians who brook neither dissent, debate, nor disagreement.
Multiculturalism today celebrates all cultures but it is the poor who ultimately pay the price of that celebration in stunted development, missed opportunities and blighted lives.
How much of a private business’s profits have been made and earned through making that “better mousetrap” and how much is due to corruption and influence in the political arena. It all seems mixed together in the “mixed” economy.
A few historical and inconvenient notes left on the cutting room floor during Black History Month.