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.
Drop Google and use search engines like DuckDuckGo?
Socialist experiments failed in Sweden, Israel, India, Great Britain, Afghanistan, Syria, Algeria, Cambodia, Somalia, etc. There are no socialist success stories.
When the Soviets made private businesses illegal, says Powell, “that’s about as close as the world ever saw” to pure socialism.
If politicians do it, it’s always necessary. Rules are for the little people.
Government programs that are supposed to help minorities end up doing more harm than good.
It’s revealing that government-run schools fight to stay closed, while most businesses — private schools, restaurants, hair salons, gyms, etc., fight to be allowed to open.
Middle Eastern young people are moving away from fundamentalism.
“We have this tendency, for good reasons, to focus on problems, because that’s our way of solving problems,” says Norberg. “But then there’s the risk that we’ll just despair and think it’s hopeless and we give up. That’s not the solution to our problems.
Who should be on Santa’s naughty and nice lists this Christmas?
Snowden did a good thing. He deserves a pardon.
I save money by investing in passive investments funds and exchange-traded funds that don’t charge fat fees. They grow our economy without misleading people about “sustainability.”
What helps the most people in the most efficient way is greedy, self-interested capitalism.
This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.
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