A Superior Vision

The immorality associated with violation of the principle of self-ownership lies at the root of problems that could lead to our doom as a great nation.

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The Exploitation of the Student-Athlete

A courageous University of Tennessee professor finds herself under fire. Her crime? Dr. Linda Bensel-Meyers, who teaches English, puts the student part of the so-called student-athlete first, the athlete part second. In 1995, the professor first informed the...

Microsoft Breakup Is a Throwback to Socialism

Only a month ago, the Justice Department filed its motion that the Microsoft Corporation be broken into pieces as a “remedy” under the antitrust laws. The government wants to split the company into two pieces, one to make the Windows operating system, the...

National Demonstrations to Keep Elian Free

Thousands of Americans were holding demonstrations on Wednesday, May 10th, 2000 outside the Federal Buildings of major American cities. The goal of these demonstrations was to make Americans aware that the moral thing to do is the American thing to do: protect...

Clinton-Reno Acted Against The Rule of Law

Renowned (in liberal circles) Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz stated in an interview on the Fox News Channel this week (April 24), that the Clinton administration acted against the law when its agents violently seized 6-year-old Elián Gonzalez from the home of his Miami relatives.

Celebrate the Industrial Revolution

On April 22, thousands will gather across the country to celebrate Earth Day, a holiday that has risen in the past decade from obscurity to the status of a mainstream, uncontroversial event. After all, who could be against clean air, clean water, and a healthy...

How “Business” Works in China By

Despite claims that economics and politics are separate and distinct in Hong Kong and China, the PetroChina IPO certainly would suggest otherwise. In the first week of April, PetroChina finally completed its beleaguered IPO, issuing 10 percent of its share capital....

Breaking the Tokyo Banks?

Back in 1998, the big question in Japan was which, if any, of Tokyo’s big banks could escape collapse. Burdened by massive, non-performing loans, and holding assets (like Tokyo real estate) that had plunged in value, Japan’s big banks were in a serious...

How “Business” Works in China

Despite claims that economics and politics are separate and distinct in Hong Kong and China, the PetroChina IPO certainly would suggest otherwise. In the first week of April, PetroChina finally completed its beleaguered IPO, issuing 10 percent of its share capital....

The Eternal Government Quest for Crises

So many “problems,” so many Feds needed to “solve” them. Fighting exhaustion from having invented the Internet, Al Gore strikes again. He seeks to conquer that age-old, cruel, unfair dilemma — whether to work outside the home or stay home...