Applying the Pareto Principle to the Immigration Debate Have you ever noticed that most of the people you work with are useless? Sure they seem busy, but most of them get precious little done. In . . .
Why Millennials Should Oppose a DACA Amnesty Although millennials are the first to virtuously signal their support for granting amnesty to DACA recipients, they are also the demographic cohort most hurt by DACA. This is an . . .
A New Audit Reveals that the Department of Defense Logistics Agency Cannot Account for over $800 in Expenses Recent audit conducted by Ernst & Young reveals that the Department of Defense Logistics Agency failed to . . .
Charting Academic Freedom: 103 Years of Debate is a Great Resource for Anyone Concerned with Preserving Free Speech on Campus In a landmark report, the National Association of Scholars charts the decline in academic freedom on American college . . .
Number of Fans “Closely Following” the NFL Drops 24 Percent in 4 Years A new poll from the Wall Street Journal found that the National Football League (NFL) is losing support from its core audience. . . .
Remittances to Mexico Hit All-Time High Mexican-Americans sent home a record $28.1 billion in remittances in 2017—an increase of 6.6 percent from 2016. Mexico was the largest single destination for remittance payments from America last year, . . .
The Department of Labor Reports that America Added 2.5 Million Jobs Since Trump’s Election America’s economy has surged since President Trump’s inauguration: GDP growth topped 3.3 percent last quarter, which is the highest since 2014. . . .