Politics & Rights
RooseveltCare: How Social Security Is Sabotaging the Land of Self-Reliance by Don Watkins
RooseveltCare makes clear that resolving the debt crisis by ending the entitlement state is imperative both morally and practically.
Altruism on Parade: Unity in the “March for Life” and the Women’s March
Both the “March for Life” and the Women’s March are driven by altruism—the notion that morality requires sacrifice by (or of) some for others.
‘It Was Time for Every Man to Stir’: Thomas Paine’s Common Sense
Even after the Battles of Lexington and Concord, many Americans held that the colonies would reconcile peacefully with Britain. Paine explained otherwise.
The U.S. Government Must Support the Iranian Protesters
Helping pro-freedom Iranian protesters to end the Islamic regime is likely the least costly and least risky means of protecting Americans from further harm by this enemy. The U.S. government has a moral and political responsibility to aid the protesters accordingly.
The Supreme Court’s Opportunity to Legalize Privacy
Justice Gorsuch, please pick up Scalia’s mantle in Carpenter and help the Court to legalize privacy. This opportunity expires soon.
Wilberforce the Abolitionist: Monument to Perseverance
The story of William Wilberforce is a gift to all who fight for freedom. It’s a reminder of the virtue of perseverance in righting wrongs.