A World Without Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are the reason consumers have come to expect new gains and innovations in products and services every year.... Read more

Bernie Sanders’ Staffers Don’t Know the Dark Side of Soviet History

Soviet history is something every American should learn before it is too late to prevent its repetition here at home.... Read more

How the Prague Spring Led to the Fall of Communism

In 1987, Mikhail Gorbachev admitted that his “glasnost” and “perestroika” reflected the influence of the Prague Spring.... Read more

The Impulses Driving Transgender 'Vandals'

Did transgenderism come out of nowhere and became a cultural phenomenon overnight?... Read more

When Sport Conquers Iranian Politics

Three prominent Iranian athletes have defected to the West in recent months. How many more will break with the tyranny in Tehran?... Read more

The European Green Deal Is Every Bit as Bad as Expected

The European Commission has unveiled its “European Green Deal,” after taking hints on denomination from its American counterpart, the “Green New Deal.”... Read more

How Cuba’s Dictatorship Hides its Dead Children

The long-praised Cuban health care system has quite a few secrets to hide, including the island's high death rates for small children.... Read more

'Jack Ryan' Gets 4 Pinocchios on Venezuela

Despite Venezuela’s track record of seizing the means of production of a multitude of industries⁠, there are still those who have trouble calling Venez... Read more

Europe’s Migration Influx: Premeditated and Problematic

The mass migration of people from Africa and the Middle East is a premeditated goal of the European political elites.... Read more

America’s Celebrity Culture Explains Why Harry and Meghan’s Flight Is Predictable

Being American, Meghan Markle probably expected life as a British royal to be the same as the Hollywood she was used to. That's not the case.... Read more

3D Printing of Body Parts is Coming- But Regulations Are Not Ready

While the future looks promising from a technical and scientific perspective, it’s far from clear how bioprinting will be regulated.... Read more

Iran Launches Missile Strikes on U.S. Bases in Iraq as Revenge For Soleimani Death

U.S. bases in Iraq filled with American troops came under Iran missile fire during an attack on Tuesday night.... Read more

Breaking a Bad Habit Starts With Silence

Many of us make New Year's resolutions to kick a bad habit. Here's one thing you'll need to learn do to have a high chance of success in 2020.... Read more

Fighting Loneliness During the Holidays

Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness, and at no time is that more presently felt than during the holidays, especially for older America... Read more

New to Economics? Here Are 5 eBooks to Get Started

Jumpstart your journey into a beautiful world of spontaneous order and human interaction.... Read more

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