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Donald Trump Wanted To Rebuild Even Bigger

Then a private citizen, Donald Trump wanted to rebuild the World Trade Center even bigger.... Read more

Why al-Qaida is still strong 17 years after 9/11

Seventeen years ago, on Sept. 11, 2001, al-Qaida conducted the most destructive terrorist attack in history.... Read more

“Because Capitalism” Is a Lazy Explanation

Richard N. Lorenc I confess: I’m a public radio junkie. Whenever I’m in the car without a passenger, I’m always listening to news headlines or book or ... Read more

Totalitarian Planning Dangers, Past and Present

Richard M. Ebeling Liberty is a delicate and easily damaged idea and institution. While people say they want freedom, fight under banners declaring the... Read more

China’s Dog and Pony Show

Dr. Miklos K. Radvanyi Historically, most illusions have existed to disappoint. Western illusions that economic development and increased prosperity wo... 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

NBA Legend Claims National Anthem Is A Slave Song

The NBA’s all-time leading scorer, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was featured in a California newspaper column where he compared the U.S. national anthem to song... Read more

Can you be Christian and support the death penalty?

Mathew Schmalz, College of the Holy Cross Pope Francis has declared the death penalty “inadmissible.” This means that the death penalty should not be u... Read more

The Solution to Poverty Is Opportunity, Not Charity

Brittany Hunter When we fall ill, our bodies give us symptoms to signal to our brains that trouble is afoot. A fever, for example, lets us know that ou... Read more