Andrew Bernstein’s book is “among the best single presentations of the case for capitalism. (It is) amazingly good.” – Harry Binswanger
Flourishing human life requires heroes.
The Leftist feeding frenzy regarding white supremacy is a chimera.
Moral responsibility is individual, not collective. It is volitional, not deterministic. Moral responsibility is based on an individual’s choices, not on one’s racial membership.
The worst of Christianity was the Dark Ages. Its best was the Medieval Renaissance. The worst of collectivism was Auschwitz, gulags, and 120 million civilians murdered in a century. There is no best.
I have a public message for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. I will keep it brief and rated “G.”
Is traditional racism, anti-black hatred, a major threat to black lives, as Black Lives Matter claims? Is there a far greater threat to black lives than traditional racism, that is widely overlooked? If so, what can we do about it? What must be done to protect black lives?
Andrew Bernstein on voting against Joe Biden, and Robert Stubblefield on voting against Donald Trump.
A excerpt from Andrew Bernstein’s novel — A Dearth of Eagles — a fictional work tells the story of freedom fighters during Communism’s final years,
That innovative black Americans flourished in late 19th- and early 20th-century America is a little-known part of our Capitalist heritage.
It is time for advocates of capitalism to come out of the closet.
The recent murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis was ghastly and reminds us of the hideous racial injustice directed against black Americans in the nation’s past.
The greatest soldiers of American history knew that freedom was sacred; no price paid on its behalf was a sacrifice.
The Modern Warm Period from the late-19th to the early 21st centuries, is only trivially man-made and not pernicious, but rather, is overwhelmingly natural and fully benign.
That innovative black Americans flourished in late 19th- and early 20th-century America is a little-known part of our heritage.
Why do U.S. students persistently score lower than students from other nations on international tests?
To then accuse capitalism of causing the poverty — while in the very act of eradicating it — is to commit both a historical error and a profound injustice.
Who were the towering heroes in both Great Britain and the United States responsible for so markedly improving human living conditions?
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