The American Revolution remains unique in human history: a revolution–and a nation–founded on a moral principle, the principle of individual rights.
Corporatism abolishes the competitive dynamic of competitive capitalism and replaces it with cartels run by oligarchs.
The Religious Virtue of Humility contrasted with The Rational Virtue of Pride
DeSantis should instruct Florida colleges and universities as follows: If you want complete autonomy to do whatever you want, then fine. We’ll stop subsidizing you. You will then be free to raise your revenues in other ways—essentially from willing customers, investors, donors, or whomever.
While the Senate is promoting the intellectual liberty of parents and students it is also assaulting that freedom by mandating that a particular set of ideas be taught.
Why the phonics-based approach is the only legitimate approach to beginning reading
I would recommend that parents who want their children to be part of the solution, rather than part of the problem, should get this book for them.
When considering whether social media are helping or hurting your life or that of a child, here are some questions to consider.
The system of public education could be abolished over the course of a generation, in a way that need not impose financial hardship on the parents of any child alive at the time of the abolition’s commencement.
The proper evaluation of the United States in relation to slavery is this: ending slavery by fighting and winning the Civil War was a tremendous moral achievement and should be celebrated.
The implicit motive of the “payback concept” is to help you reduce your feelings of guilt for allegedly unearned personal achievement and pride. But why would you feel such guilt?
We are seeing a real-time example of how history is really written. The narrative is more self-serving than we knew. If all the power centers in society get something tremendously wrong, an informal conspiracy of silence develops around it, with the hope of just wiping it from the history books.
They want the whole world to be their own safe space regardless of the victims.
I have argued many times that the federal government should not be in the business of lending money for college (nor for any other reason), but as long as we have student loans, we should limit the losses by requiring that someone other than the students be responsible for their debts. That party should be the college itself.
So, what could we do to improve education? Here are some ideas.
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.
Ron DeSantis new book The Courage to Be Free: Florida’s Blueprint for America’s Revival explains the backstory to his response and reveals the intense pressures he faced at the time, including the scientific influences that drove his decision-making.
Freedom enables opportunities. School choice creates more freedom for parents and students.
Department of Education’s “improvements” to its student loan program will encourage colleges to increase tuition, creates a strong incentive to borrow as much as possible for college, and reduce the level of effort that students put into their college work.
What is called Black History Month might more accurately be called “the sins of white people” month.
So, what is the 1517 Fund? It is Gibson’s way of finding young people who have ideas and want to put them into effect without the long, expensive detour through college.
It is time to enable parents to have the freedom to choose the school for their children through school choice.
The purpose is to turn children “queer” through an educational process.
Virginia Postrel’s “The Future and Its Enemies: The Growing Conflict over Creativity, Enterprise, and Progress” at 25
Dynamists and stasists have radically different visions of how the world works, or should work.
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