Obama’s Phobia of Ayn Rand

In a speech at Georgetown University we learned two things about President Barack Obama. One, he loves the Catholic leader, Pope Francis. Two, he hates Ayn Rand.


Mayor de Blasio Bully Villain; Uber American Hero

Most people mistakenly assume that government intervention in the economy is for the sake of “the common good.”


In Defense of Selfishness

Why the Code of Self-Sacrifice Is Unjust and Destructive.


Is Wal-Mart Good for America?

“Is Wal-Mart Good for America?” That is the headline on a New York Times story about the country’s largest retailer. The very idea that third parties should be deciding whether a particular business is good for the whole country shows incredible...

An Open Letter to the People of Iraq

On December 15, 1791, 212 years ago, the American Bill of Rights was ratified. Thus ended a long and difficult process by which the American people first liberated themselves from tyranny and then established the first government in history founded on individual...

Repeal the Davis Bacon Act of 1931

There’s a little known law called the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931. It remains on the books today. Before saying what the law is and its effects, let me run by you some of the language used, in the early 1930s, to push the law through Congress. Rep. John Cochran of...

Unhappy Birthday and Merry Christmas, Elian

Elian Gonzalez, who floated in Florida’s waters four years ago on Thanksgiving, is ten years old on Saturday. The media spectacle that surrounded his arrival and departure has given way to obscurity; the world has forgotten Elian. Those who ignore Elian’s...
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