Could an artificial intelligence be considered a person under the law?

A legal loophole could grant computer systems many legal rights people have – threatening human rights and dignity and setting up some real legal and m... Read more

Biological Man Wins World Championship in Women’s Cycling

A biological man who identifies as a trans-women, competed and won the 2018 Women’s Track Cycling World Championship.... Read more

UN Climate Change Report: A Choice between “Mad Max and Hunger Games”

Humanity, we’re essentially told, is doomed lest people concede their freedom to the experts, lawmakers, and bureaucrats who can save us.... Read more

Why NASA’s Space Launch System is Indispensable

NASA’s big new rocket is not just a new tool of national power but is an essential insurance policy.... Read more

Fed up with Drug Shortages, This Hospital Decided to Make Its Own Generics

Instead of demanding more government intervention, they looked to actually solve the problems of poor supply and unpredictable prices.... Read more

Why You Can't Blame Hurricane Florence on Trump

Not only has Trump not been in office long enough for any of his environmental policies to have a real effect on global climate, hurricanes aren't actu... Read more

Special Report on Government Aborted Baby Body Parts Contractor

Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc. Purchased Body Parts from Planned Parenthood and Sold to Government-Funded Researchers... Read more

How Coders, Not Drug Warriors, Are Preventing Opioid Overdoses and Saving Lives

Brittany Hunter Unless you have been impacted by it personally, the opioid crisis may seem like nothing more than a detached statistic. But for those w... Read more

Biased Judge Prevents Release of Shocking Planned Parenthood Videos

Tucker Carlson recently interviewed the President of the Center for Medical Progress, David Daleiden, regarding his current case against Planned Parent... Read more

Cutting Coal Could Mean Less Power, Bigger Bills

The President of Consumer Action for a Strong Economy (CASE), Matt Kandrach, recently wrote an article regarding the dangers of cutting coal production... Read more

The Top 1% Have 40% of America’s Wealth: Is This a Problem?

Andrew Berryhill A 2017 study found that 66 percent of Democrats view economic inequality as a “very big” problem, and 93 percent believe it to be at l... Read more

The Liberal Snowflake of the Week goes to…

I thought I would share my typical, but nonetheless “eventful” walk home from work last night. Your Liberal Snowflake of the week…Dru... Read more

San Francisco’s Protectionist Attempt to Ban Company Cafeterias

Brittany Hunter Silicon Valley is no stranger to competition. The race to produce cutting-edge tech products that set you apart from the crowd is never... Read more

Political Change Starts with Self-Improvement

Gary M. Galles The Foundation for Economic Education’s founder Leonard Read’s book Accent on the Right (1968) hits the half-century mark this year. And... Read more

3 Nobel Prize-Winning Contributions to Economic Science (From People Who Weren’t Economists)

Luis Pablo De La Horra Since it was introduced in 1968, the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences has been awarded to 79 individuals for their cont... Read more