Timothy Sandefur on the Heroic Life of Frederick Douglass
In this excellent video, Timothy Sandefur tells the story of the great American hero Frederick Douglass, one of history’s most influential advocates of freedom.
Enter The Twilight Zone This November
Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling’s sense of life was rooted in a belief that humanity could triumph over its challenges. Sixty years after its debut, the show remains one of the most popular ever made and a fixture of American culture.
The Plato Cult and Other Philosophical Follies by David Stove
As Ayn Rand wrote, “To laugh at the contemptible, is a virtue.” With the wit of a Mark Twain and the jaundiced eye of a Richard Mitchell, David Stove practiced this virtue diligently and thus did philosophy a tremendous service.
Socialism vs. Capitalism: Richard Salsman Debates John Komlos
Capitalism or socialism, which is the ideal system? Don’t miss this debate between Dr. Richard Salsman and Dr. John Komlos.
Bravery That Broke the Berlin Wall
Three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, as polls report the increasing popularity of socialism among young Americans, it’s worth pausing to remember the massive evil it embodied and the bravery that brought it down.
Greta Thunberg Should Be Angry—and So Should You
Not only are eco-alarmists destroying the lives of children, but they are unashamedly using them as fodder to attack human flourishing and the freedom that makes it possible.
Celebrate and Exercise Your Right to Read
Countless people through the centuries have been denied the comforts of literacy and the thrill of encountering life-changing ideas in books. This week is a good time to reflect on how fortunate we are to have the freedom to read—and to resolve more firmly to exercise it.