Last week, I debunked three myths about capitalism. Here are four more…
Because capitalism is voluntary and consumers have choices, the only way capitalists can get rich is to offer us something that we believe is better than we had before.
Climate Feedback’s “fact-check” wasn’t about actual facts.
I hate waiting at traffic lights. There’s a solution: traffic circles, or roundabouts.
Because a politically connected businessmen wants more for himself, and politicians have the power to demand that developers kiss their rings, Edgewater’s dump is still a dump.
Government handouts encourage dependence and create labor shortages.
Politicians always promise that public investment will return more in benefits to taxpayers. But it’s not true.
“Forgive student loans” really means workers must pay for privileged students who don’t.
Louis XIV had hundreds of servants who prepared him dinner. Today, my supermarket offers me a buffet Louis XIV couldn’t imagine. Thanks to trade and property rights and markets, each of us lives as if we had more servants than kings.
It’s particularly absurd that Earth Day’s activists rarely mention the form of energy that could most quickly reduce greenhouse gases: nuclear power.
YouTube abruptly deleted some of Louder with Crowder videos, blocked him from uploading new videos for a week and permanently demonetized his channel. “It means I can make $0 on YouTube,” he explains.
A good thing about America having 50 states is that when states fail, we can learn from their mistakes. People defeated by California’s rules move to Nevada or Texas. But if the federal government adopts California’s rules, where can we move?
Critics claim the tests are culturally biased and say that’s why Blacks and Latinos don’t score as well. But that doesn’t explain why Asians do so well. In fact, Asians get the best SAT scores.
The property invasion law’s supporters say the United Farm Workers union deserves the exception to property rules because rich farmers abuse migrant workers.
Today’s award shows aren’t about recognizing what’s best. They’re about pleasing the left.
When the pandemic ends, politicians will take credit, but the solution, as usual, began when politicians got out of the way.
Politicians have too much power over our lives. Many used the pandemic as another excuse to take more.
Today’s environmental activists are so hostile to capitalism that they end up killing animals they want to protect.
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