Radioisotopes & the Case for Nuclear Power While the production of nuclear energy entails some risk—however small it may be—we must not let our sensationalized, and irrational fear of nuclear meltdowns (mis)guide our judgement. Nuclear . . .
Why The Renewable Energy Industry Is (Mostly) A Scam Renewable energy advocates have claimed for decades that solar and wind power are the future—and the future is right around the corner. Some boldly state that . . .
Debunking the US Unemployment Rate According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) most recent report on US employment, the unemployment rate is only 4.3%, down from 5.5% two years ago. This means only 6.9 million . . .
Complex Systems & A Theoretical Argument Against Green Energy There are many practical reasons to be against green energy: it’s expensive, it shifts economic (and therefore political) power from the US to China, and it’s . . .
Socialism As Political Iatrogenics Socialism is predicated on action. When socialists see problems, they want to do something about them. They want to take action. Starving children? Give them food. Poor people? Give them money. Climate . . .
Debunking the Gender Pay Gap Myth—It’s Just a Tool for 2017’s Identity Politics Even the famously left-leaning New York Times has begun quietly revealing the truth about the supposed gender pay gap in America: it’s caused by . . .
Canadian Taxpayers Fund Abortions, They Cost $100 Million Each Year Abortions are fully funded by the government in Canada, and cost taxpayers $100 million a year. Around 100,000 fetuses are extracted on the taxpayer dime, . . .
Top 10 Ways To Grow The US Economy Have you ever heard of the 80-20 principle? It’s a memorable phrase that boils down the lessons of nonlinear relationships—also known as the Pareto principle, or the . . .
Abortion In Canada Is A Legal Vacuum Canada is a lot like the United States. It has similar demographics, geography, and political landscapes. Canada is essentially the United States with more liberals and French speakers. . . .