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.
Yes, we’ve got the pandemic, lockdowns, a worsening deficit, etc. But we still live in a relatively free country at the most prosperous time in human history.
Climate change is real. It’s a problem, but I doubt that it’s “an existential threat.” Saying that makes alarmists mad.
Everyone else pays more because colleges get tax breaks, government grants, and government loans.
I obsess about problems. But I try not to let that distract me from the big picture:
Biking around the woods, I noticed something strange. There are two campgrounds near my house. One is full. Lots of people pitch tents or park trailers at a place called Maurice’s. A short bike ride away is a much bigger campground that’s almost entirely empty. Why?
How Facebook lets activists restrict my videos based on something I never said.
Last election, 96% of journalists’ political donations went to Hillary Clinton.
For years, they and environmentalists increased the risk of big fires by opposing the thinning of forests. Megafires could have been avoided if forests had just been better managed.
It’s bad enough when politicians kill businesses with COVID-19 shutdowns. It’s worse if they kill a business because the owner won’t give money to their friends.
A recent New York Times editorial board member wrote that it was difficult to know whether the United States is “better, worse, or the same” as China.
Last week, I tallied Joe Biden’s spending plans. This week, President Trump’s.
Historically, Democrats moved left during the primaries, and then back toward the center once nominated. Not this time. Biden’s people met with Bernie Sanders’ staff and concocted a grotesque orgy of spending.
Both white supremacists and anti-racists believe “race is an immutable attribute of who we are.”
Without fossil fuels, much of the world would freeze in the dark. We just don’t yet have enough alternatives.
For-profit competition brings us the best things in life.
The alternative to capitalism that brings poverty and tyranny for everbody.
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