You don’t have to like Donald Trump, or his positions, to be uspet about what’s happening to freedom of speech and association in America.
Dr Michael Hurd
If you want to get rid of the Republican Establishment, Mr. Reich, you’ve got to outlaw what Ayn Rand called the aristocracy of pull. How? Bring on economic freedom.
Real capitalism, not socialism, will wash the cronies away.
Valentine’s Day is a great way to celebrate a love you already have. But if it’s a way to make up for your lack of appreciating your love the rest of the year, you better do some thinking.
I wish that people who make millions or billions of dollars, such as Bill Gates, would stop denigrating and seeking to undermine the very system that enabled them to be successful in the first place: capitalism.
Ayn Rand had it right when she said Communism is murder while socialism is suicide.
Laura Hillier did not die because the bone marrow for her transplant was unavailable. She died because hospital beds where the transplant could be done were unavailable.
You do not preserve a free country by enslaving its citizens to perform life-or-death activities.
Obama and environmentalists have it in for fossil fuels because they are, overwhelmingly, the form of energy that lifts millions out of poverty and sustains lives longer and healthier than any before.
The GOP Establishment seems to love nothing more than being liked and accepted by their morally tiny little socialist colleagues who control the agenda and the levers of power in our nation’s capital, not to mention much of academia and the media. In their hearts, they all seem to know that Bernie Sanders is–on their premises, at least–right.
The attempt to smear winners of this year’s nominations for Academy Awards with “racism” is actually racism itself.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he will push for companies, including Apple Inc., to bring manufacturing back to the United States. “Make America great again,” Trump recently said in a speech at Liberty University in Virginia. “We’re going to get...
Instead of debating a free market for medicine versus socialism, we’re reduced to watching Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders fight over Obamacare versus socialism.
When it’s for the sake of The Nation, capitalism and free markets are out the window.
Bush’s proposal merely reinforces the false idea that government has a right to force some to be the keepers of others. He wants to pass it off to the states.
Capitalism, in its quest for profit drives out concerns with irrelevant factors such as race, gender, and so forth.
Under the guise of fighting terrorism, the federal government has been able to create its very own enemies list.
In what universe is it even a tiny bit excusable for anyone to commit the atrocities of Islamic terrorists merely because they feel offended?
Lynch, who is the Attorney General of the United States, is advancing the idea that not merely actions, but thoughts, ideas and feelings can and must be against the law, and are worthy of prosecution.
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