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Exposes the fundamental causes of the Internal Revenue Service’s “closer scrutiny” of Tea Party and conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status, identifying the constellation of laws that effectively authorized the IRS to target such groups, showing how these laws operate in practice, and shedding light on the deeper premises that support these laws and fuel their enforcement.
Elucidates the nature of nuclear energy, explaining how nuclear power plants work, why nuclear power is safer and cleaner than other forms of energy production, and why the nuclear alternative could provide the industrial world with ample energy for millions of years; then dismantles several widely accepted myths propagated by anti-nuclear groups such as Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, and the Natural Resource Defense Council.
Discusses the nature of concierge medicine, Dr. Umbehr’s own version of this revolutionary approach to health care, and the various ways in which his approach results in higher-quality, lower-cost, higher-profit health care that both sidesteps and undermines ObamaCare.
Michael Dahlen reviews The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy—How to Save Yourself and Your Country, by Peter D. Schiff.
Zachary Huffman reviews Les Misérables, directed by Tom Hooper.
Ari Armstrong reviews Oz the Great and Powerful, directed by Sam Raimi.
Ari Armstrong reviews the original Star Trek films, featuring the cast of the original television series.
Alexander V. Marriott reviews The Men Who Lost America: British Leadership, the American Revolution, and the Fate of the Empire, by Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy.
Mikayla Callen reviews Living Proof, by Kira Peikoff.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Chronicles of Prydain, by Lloyd Alexander.
Ari Armstrong reviews Killing Floor, by Lee Child.
Craig Biddle introduces the Fall 2013 issue.
Richard Salsman answers a letter about central banking.