Gone Fishing

July 12, 2018 Editor 0

Sarah Skwire The current American election has me thinking a lot about 17th century England. The 1650s were a time of unprecedented upheaval in England. The decade was ushered in with the public trial and

The Self-Oppression of Identity Politics

July 12, 2018 Editor 0

Peter Bowerman In today’s world of exponentially less systemic discrimination, claiming its continued existence effectively compromises more crucial mental and spiritual freedoms. “The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominant thoughts.” Earl Nightingale,

The True Meaning of Patriotism

July 5, 2018 Editor 0

Lawrence W. Reed Editor’s note: This article was originally published in June 2003 Patriotism these days is like Christmas—lots of people caught up in a festive atmosphere replete with lights and spectacles. We hear reminders

Why the American Dream is So Elusive for Millennials

June 28, 2018 Editor 0

Annie Holmquist It’s no news that millennials are more financially strapped than other generations. As Forbes reported last year, large percentages of them are struggling to gain “financial independence,” and as a result, are forced

A Conservationist Looks at Freedom

June 25, 2018 Editor 0

Leonard E. Read The term “conservationist” is generally applied to those who con­cern themselves about our ecologi­cal situation and look to govern­ment to do the conserving. We who do not look upon government as the

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