America Doesn’t Need More Immigrants, We Need Fewer (Despite What the New York Times Claims) In 1014 AD the Byzantine Emperor Basil II defeated the Bulgar hordes at the Battle of Kleidion. To ensure the Bulgars would never again . . .
55 Percent of Europeans Want Moratorium on Islamic Immigration In light of the recent spat between the UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump, it is worth remembering that most Britons actually . . .
Carbon Taxes Will Increase, Not Decrease, Global Carbon Emissions As the hysteria over global warming heats up, carbon taxes have become the “cool” option. Environmentalists love them. So do politicians, who are more than happy . . .
Bitcoin Loses Over One-Fifth Of Value In Under 24 Hours—Why is Bitcoin so Volatile? Reuters reports that Bitcoin lost over 20 percent of its value within the last 24 hours, sliding from Wednesday’s high of . . .
Classical Economics & Free Trade Depend on 3 Invalid Presumptions—Now What? The era of economic surrender is over, and the rebirth of American industry has begun. ~President Donald J Trump (2017) President Trump says he’ll . . .
Monopoly Has Become a Bad Word—This Needs to Change Economists love words. They have a word for just about everything, and if they don’t then they’ll make one up. Economics is rife with jargon. But . . .
Highlights From Federal Fumbles: 5 Examples of Wasteful Government Spending US Senator James Lankford (R-OK) is a hero for his work exposing wasteful government spending. For the last three years, the Senator has released a . . .
Does American Agriculture Depend On Illegal Immigration? Nope. Tell someone you oppose illegal immigration and they will respond reflexively with something like: “but we need illegal immigrants to do jobs Americans don’t want to do, . . .
3 Things Settlers of Catan Teaches Us About Economics He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches. ~George Bernard Shaw Name as many billionaires as you can. Now some millionaires. Who are the richest people . . .
Cutting Taxes Is Pointless Without Simplifying The Code: Complexity Kills The Republican’s proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the archetypical tax reform bill: it lowers taxes but increases their complexity. High taxes are bad, . . .