That innovative black Americans flourished in late 19th- and early 20th-century America is a little-known part of our Capitalist heritage.
One of the most distinguished intellectuals of his generation, Thomas Sowell’s classical-liberal worldview continues to challenge, inspire, and empower research across the social sciences.
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.
Two neighboring states, Florida and Georgia, show how and how not to deal with the “termite” problem of Leftist education control.
If you want your New Year’s resolutions to be completed, take the steps needed to really commit to it.
As Ayn Rand put it, a value is something you act to gain or keep. A desire without action then is just a wish.
Your life is in your own hands.
It is rare that a book can objectively present the facts and then draw all of the wrong conclusions. Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, which won a Pulitzer Prize in 2017, is one such book.
Roads don’t have to be built by government, and we would be better off if we had left it to private enterprise and voluntary cooperation.
While school choice isn’t the ideal, it isn’t a compromise to supports such policies.
Why is there this constant attempt to deny the past?
What we learn from Joseph Ladapo’s book “Transcend Fear” is that he has been a warrior against pseudoscience from the very beginning of this pandemic.
I would rank Justin Hart’s book among those that should be considered a staple reading on the covid epoch. It’s as much a medical and political history as it is a psychological study in mass hysteria.
“No, Sarah, Our Prosperity Wasn’t Extracted from Slaves”
Gale Pooley and Marian Tupy’s book, “Superabundance,” use “time prices” – the length of time that people must work to purchase something – to measure how the state of the world is improving as we live longer, healthier, and more comfortable lives.
The reality is that a college degree is either valuable or it isn’t. If it’s valuable, it will pay for itself. If it’s not valuable, no one should pay for it. Either way, there’s no reason for the government to be involved.
We need a new philosophy of progress for the 21st century.
Parents want the best for their children. They realize that one of the keys to escaping poverty is a good education. The best education, they understand, comes from entrepreneurs who offer higher quality to stay in business and prosper. – Max Borders
Parents must seize control of their children’s education from the “interlocking directorate” that is waging a war against children’s minds.
Capitalism is not only practical, but also the only moral social system—and the only one fit for morally good people.
America’s past, is replete with examples of voluntary, cooperative associations which provided for the many needs of the citizenry. One of the most striking examples is the evolution of libraries in pre-Civil War America. Even today, alternatives to tax-sup-ported libraries exist.
Regardless of the reason or rationale, the social effect of affirmative-action policies is to politicize social relationships. And the consequences of this have been everything from systems of privilege and corruption to mob violence and civil war.
Embrace the reality of a common humanity shared with all. We descend into primitive tribal thinking at our peril.
The role of a parent is to protect his child from harm, teach him how to think and make good choices, identify reality, help him understand long-range consequences, and help him to understand that his feelings are not superior to reason.
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