Politics & Rights
The Green New Deal: A Plan to Sink America
As we’ve seen over and over and over throughout history, freedom, not more unchecked government power, is the only way to dramatically increase both the quality and affordability of anything. The Green New Deal would instead entrench unchecked government power even further into American politics.
Liberating Public Lands
Public lands are a drain on American citizens and a barrier to the production of life-serving values. If we want to stop wasting potential resources and, instead, use them to enrich our lives, we must privatize public lands.
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress by Steven Pinker
Harvard professor Steven Pinker lays out a powerful case for cultural optimism in his book Enlightenment Now.
How Jamie Dimon Should Have Answered Representative Katie Porter
Businessmen must learn to defend themselves when they are unjustly attacked, as should anyone concerned with justice.
Craig Biddle to Speak in Bulgaria and UK on Self-Interest, Individualism, Government
Topics include the morality of self-interest, the importance of individualism, the proper role of government, and how to support and defend these truths.
Jason Hill Vindicates the American Dream against Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Delusional Race Rhetoric
Ta-Nehisi Coates’s bestseller on race relations provoked many responses, but only Jason Hill confronts the core of Coates’s argument.
Timbs: A Victory for Due Process and Individual Rights
Timbs’s victory marks a significant advance for the protection of individual rights and provides a revealing glimpse into the crucial role that political philosophy plays in constitutional law.