Individualism, not religion, is the basis on which to resist any government decree about health services.
The Pope would rather we look beyond the holiday’s “superficial glitter” and find meaning in the simplicity of Christ’s birth.
The protests that have swept Manhattan’s Financial District have no clear purpose except to rally against “the system.”
Stock markets tumble around the world. Austrians school economists saw it coming several years ago.
As the world once again faces its “limits to growth,” calls for population controls resurface.
Richard Ralston fears that illness will be judged the result of criminal negligence under collectivized health care.
According to Howard Dean, “what governments do, is redistribute income.” Is that what government should do though?
Jason Clark previews the Atlas Shrugged film and wonders whether it will manage to translate Objectivism to the silver screen.
The president urges businesses to “share” their profits and bonuses with workers.
Legislators in Brazil are considering to add the “pursuit of happiness” as a right to their country’s constitution.
The Democrat suggests that rights are “given” by the government. Whatever happened to “inalienable rights”?
Nick Ottens argues that free market capitalism, not legislative intervention, ended child labor in nineteenth century England.