“There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.”
Blockbuster’s demise began when it charged a man named Reed Hastings $40 in late fees. That annoyed him so much, he started a subscription-based, mail-order movie rental company he called Netflix.
On Martin Luther King Day–and every day–we should focus on the antidote to racism and alternative to racial thinking: individualism.
“I don’t think that billionaires should exist,” Sanders explained. The crusade’s rallying cry: “Abolish billionaires.” To that end, Warren and Sanders have each proposed special taxes on the ultra-rich.
The government’s restricting Uber’s, its drivers’ and riders’ freedom of choice is immoral.
For a party that considers Republicans racist/bigoted/sexist, how do Democrats somehow, someway manage to tolerate, if not embrace, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn?
Byzantine state laws demand you get a state-approved license before you may become a hairdresser, tour guide, travel agent, house painter and all sorts of other jobs where customer happiness should be the guide.
Crime imposes a hefty tax on people who can least afford it.
Joseph A. Schumpeter is identified with two related ideas, the notion of the innovative entrepreneur and the imagery of the competitive market as a process of creative destruction.
Hamilton did not as treasury secretary implement, or espouse, any system of protective tariffs or bounties.
A short yet hard-hitting indictment of the economic and political repression that so often follows from attempts to structure a society around Marxist ideology and centralized economic planning.
Society’s greatest concern, claim the so-called humanitarians, is our children–who are suffering from inadequate nutrition, shelter and health care. Yet these same “humanitarians” are silent about the scourge destroying a child’s mind–his textbooks.
The dangers of discriminating for minority home owners.
The more I watch politicians, the more I hate them.
An introduction to political economy focusing on money, banking and funding of government.
Perhaps the money of the future isn’t some sophisticated crypto token, but a private promise to consume a widely used service.
The new racism, born in academia, is just as ugly as the old racism.
Donald Trump is the first American president to militarily counterstrike an enemy explicitly on the principle of saving American lives.
Why do people make promises to themselves they don’t keep?
Self-interest rests on what human flourishing requires: adhering to reality in one’s thinking and action by the means of observation and logic
Your life is in your own hands.