US Politics

Why the Pence Rule is Conquering Wall Street

Wall Street executives have reacted to the #Metoo with mass conversions to the Pence Rule: no meetings with women alone.... Read more

Politicians Need to Stop Trying to Make "Profit" a Dirty Word

Profit is among our most upstanding citizens, a tireless do-gooder we will miss dearly if we’re foolish enough to run it out of town.... Read more

Political Outrage Has Become Our Way of Life. There is a Cure

Drop your anger and learn to develop a genuine appreciation for those around you—or at least engage in honest commerce.... Read more

California’s Background Check Law Had No Impact on Gun Deaths, Johns Hopkins Study Finds

The findings—which run counter to the conventional wisdom that gun control saves lives—have received almost no media attention.... Read more

Why Rihanna Can’t Stop Trump From Using Her Music

That the controversy is based on the use of "Don't Stop the Music" is incredibly appropriate.... Read more

This Life-Saving Group Picks Up The VA’s Slack

Operation Backbone is delivering rapid care to save the lives of our current and former service members.... Read more

Why Are Millennial Women So Into Guns?

For years, Sarah disliked and feared firearms. She considered them dangerous in the home and regarded her mother as crazy for carrying a concealed weap... Read more

The ACLU Is Quietly Abandoning Civil Liberties

Unfortunately, this is not the first time the ACLU has backed away from upholding constitutional principles.... Read more

Internet Access Is an Entitlement? Not so Fast

So long as ISPs rightfully own their service, they are not obligated by any rightful standpoint to provide any form of treatment outside of their own d... Read more

Short-Termism Is a Much Bigger Problem With Politicians Than Businesses, Evidence Shows

Political attacks on corporate short-termism and alleged “reforms” that will supposedly fix it are head-shakingly off-base.... Read more

Politics Is Destroying Civil Society—But Gratitude Can Save Us

The seeds of civil society are sown through the practice of gratitude.... Read more

“Check Your Privilege” Rhetoric Doesn't Advance Discourse, It Squelches It

The phrase does nothing to address one's argument.... Read more

D.C. Bureaucrats Are Trying to Make Parents Get a License to Let Children Play Together

We don’t need a license to let our children play.... Read more

Not Too Big to Fail: Why Facebook's Long Reign May Be Coming to an End

Sears and Blockbuster fell because neither was able to adapt and grow with its consumer base. Is Facebook making the same mistakes?... Read more

California's Typhus Surge Is Linked to Fleas, Feces, and Bad Economic Policies

There might not be a government-backed solution to Los Angeles’ typhus outbreak, but if the city’s and state’s politicians really want to end homelessn... Read more