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The EntrepreneurU.S. History
It's thanks to markets and entrepreneurs that turkeys, toys, and Christmas trees can be mass produced and delivered to a great many ordinary people at a reasonable price.
Whether Christian or Jewish, public schools and their allies have long attempted to crush private religious schools.
U.S. EconomyU.S. History
In his book A Generation of Sociopaths, Bruce Gibney blames Baby Boomers for pretty much everything that's gone wrong in America. But there are other factors, such as democracy, that are perhaps more to blame.
Global EconomyLabor and WagesU.S. History
The Fed tells us that the Millennials are less wealthy and lower-income than others. But the Fed ignores its own role in stifling wealth growth among the young.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
America went to war 100 years ago for no good reason, and certainly not for the “general interest” of national security.
Since each person votes for different reasons, we can't morally say that the outcome of an election binds people to any specific law or policy.
Not every neighborhood resident likes the trick-or-treat tradition of Halloween. But an answer can be found in a better adherence to property rights.
What politicians and pundits of the Clinton variety really want is a return to the days of the Era of Consensus of the 1950s and 60s when uncivil opposition was unthinkable.
There's a long history of deliberately producing terrible scholarship with the intent of showing how arbitrary, political, and incompetent editors and publishers are.
Legal SystemU.S. History
Was Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase an early example of presidential malfeasance?