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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Regis Philbin Feels Our Pain

“Can anybody explain this to me — why is it that nearly all our contestants are white men? I’m a white man, so you know I have nothing against them, but come on. We would really like a little more diversity.” Last week, Regis Philbin, host of...

Psychotherapy, Self- Initiative, and Self-Confidence

A good therapist can offer you something most other people cannot: psychological information on how to explain troubling emotions, better manage stress, and obtain an objective perspective from somebody not involved in your personal life. No therapist, however, can...

Pragmatism, Altruism, and Businessmen

Question. In a recent program, you claimed the actions of several businessmen were driven to do business with the government by the morality of altruism. Isn’t pragmatism a more accurate description? Given the extent to which property rights have been eroded,...

The Problem of World Hunger

President Clinton is angry because Americans supposedly waste too much food, especially at holiday time. World hunger is not a problem of redistribution. World hunger does not exist because you throw out half a stick of butter or an unfinished Coke. The real problem...

Socialism: Clinton’s Health Care Legacy

Bill Clinton is not leaving quietly, certainly not when it comes to health care. In a Presidential and Congressional election year and in a cultural climate where the public has been “educated” to believe that health care is an entitlement, Clinton is...

The Moral Inversion in Seattle

The rioting and demonstrations at the World Trade Organization in Seattle offered us a view of a world in which everything is upside-down and backwards. It is a world in which hordes of middle-class students and $25-an-hour union workers band together to take away...

Hollywood: Another Casualty in the War on Drugs

Two hundred eighty-six million dollars last year. This year, $1.6 billion goes from the United States to Colombia to fight the “war on drugs.” “Clinton spent more federal money in the war on drugs in his first four years than was spent during...