Treating ideas as beyond criticism is anti-liberal, and shaming people—such as Dawkins—for identifying evils inherent in Islam is un-American.
Politics and Rights
Altruism has thwarted Republicans once again, showing that morality—not lobbying or economic arguments—controls government policy.
The lesson from Otto Warmbier’s case is the same lesson that America has failed to learn for decades: You do not negotiate with dictators, tyrants,… More »
Here are the questions we all should be asking in regard to the jihad against the West and our children.
The Shapiro Principle is the means to a mass movement that grounds rights, freedom, and capitalism in reason, observation, and logic.
Shows that under laissez-faire capitalism, the poor, disabled, and helpless would fare as well as is possible.
In its aim to make room for “nuance,” the Nolan chart muddies political waters in myriad ways.
Widespread outrage concerning the Ryan plan shows the extent to which Americans regard people’s needs as constituting rights.
Republicans will not repeal Obamacare—but don’t blame them; blame the moral code of altruism, in which the culture is steeped.
The idea that the entire left-right political spectrum is statist is not merely wrong; it is disastrously wrong.