The NYT: More Biased Than They Care to Admit?

“Many trends develop over decades but I’ve never seen change so rapid as the breathtaking success of what one might call social justice concerns.”... Read more

Earth to Tesla: Elon Musk Has Few Ideas Beyond Begging for Government Money

Elon Musk uses corporate welfare and "public-private partnerships" to create the false impression he is an actual entrepreneur.... Read more

Former NFL Star Slams California Bill Giving Healthcare Benefits to Illegal Immigrants

NFL legend Herschel Walker criticizes a California Bill seeking to provide health care benefits to illegal immigrants.... Read more

Good Money, Bad Money—And How Bitcoin Fits In

Technological progress is just one aspect of making the emergence of good money possible. ... Read more

The United States Postal Service Needs to Deliver a Sensible Business Plan—and Soon

Consumers and taxpayers deserve a responsible USPS that delivers on its promises and doesn’t burn through its cash. ... Read more

Economics 101: More Wealth Means Less Poverty

Tweeting about poverty and wealth is quite instructive. It's obvious that many feel very strongly about it yet know so little.... Read more

Three Ways Capitalists Make Workers Better Off

Its not capitalism that necessitates humans to work to avoid their demise, but nature itself...... Read more

Rep. Ilhan Omar Hit With Campaign Finance Violations

Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar ordered to pay fines after campaign finance violations...... Read more

Two Years After Trump's Exit from the Paris Agreement, It's Proven To Be a Farce

Environmental activists admit that the Paris Agreement wasn't a "solution" to climate change, they should actually be thanking Trump for abandoning it.... Read more

Green Rush: How Hemp Is Growing the Economy and Transforming American Farming

Now that there are no longer legal ramifications for its cultivation, the floodgates have been opened for this new market.... Read more

Genetics Extends the Long Arm of the Law

In an evolving branch of forensic science, genealogists help solve crimes by identifying suspects with the DNA of distant relatives.... Read more

Students Increasingly Are Pursuing Degrees with Better Job Prospects, Data Show

More needs to be done to provide information to students so they can make better decisions about what they choose to study.... Read more

What Social Contract? Parents of Parkland School Victims Suing Do-Nothing Sheriff's Department

Government law-enforcement agencies are protected by many layers of formal immunity which allow them to abuse their power and neglect their duties with... Read more

Want More Investment and Entrepreneurship? Protect Private Property

Africa has plenty of workers and plenty of natural resources. But private property is not secure there, which means few are willing to invest their cap... Read more

Big Tech Surveillance Could Damage Democracy

The more tech companies know about their users, the more effectively they can direct them to goods and services that they are likely to buy.... Read more