Progress Comes Through Conflict?

November 21, 2017 Editor 0

Devin Foley When we pontificate upon or dream of further human progress, it is often accompanied by utopian images of peace, equality, and tolerance. And yet if we look to the past to measure human

We Need a New Elite

November 17, 2017 Editor 0

Devin Foley On the heels of learning that Harvey Weinstein is more likely a talented sexual predator than a Hollywood god, we find out that Bill O’Reilly settled a sexual harassment allegation for $32 million

You Deserve a Tax Break and Your Boss Does Too

November 16, 2017 Editor 0

Tom Mullen Republicans during the Reagan and Bush administrations had a pretty straightforward fiscal policy: increase federal spending dramatically and cut marginal income tax rates modestly, predicting the resulting economic growth would eventually balance the

Don’t Mix Politics and Climate Science

November 15, 2017 Editor 0

Agnieszka I. Płonka The widely understood libertarian environment has lately published a multitude of very eloquent articles about how to approach the global warming issue, what to think about “established science,” and whether or not to

Banks’ efforts for veterans fulfill promise

November 14, 2017 Editor 0

As Veterans Day approaches, it’s a good moment to note U.S. Rep. Jim Banks’ efforts on behalf of men and women who have served. Wednesday, the House passed the 3rd District Indiana congressman’s bill to require

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