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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
‘Globalist’ has Become a Useful Slur—but What Does it Really Mean? We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism. ~Donald J Trump, April 27, 2016 In 1950 . . .
A New Atlantis: The Economic Rise of Medieval Venice Today, Venice is an expensive holiday destination for young, often love-stricken travelers. It is a place of romance, of beauty, of relaxation. But it was not . . .
FAIR Reports Illegal Immigrants Cost America $135 Billion Annually This article was first published on American Greatness. According to the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s (FAIR) new 2017 report, illegal immigrants, and their children, cost . . .
Conservatives & Cognitive Dissonance: Why Rejecting the UN Means Rejecting NAFTA Lampooning the left is lucrative business, and has become a rite-of-passage for conservative commentators—even politicians. Pundits like Ben Shapiro, and provocateurs like Milo Yiannapoulos . . .
‘Tariff’ Should Have Been George Carlin’s Eighth Dirty Word This August President Trump empowered the U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, to investigate China’s theft of American intellectual property (IP), which costs America up to $500 . . .