Alex Nowrasteh is many things. He is the Cato Institute’s senior immigration policy analyst. He is a self-described “radical” open borders advocate. And he is Tucker Carlson’s punching bag. But most importantly, Alex Nowrasteh is . . .
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 . . .
‘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 . . .
Why I Cancelled My Subscription to The Economist: the Case Against Open Borders As a teenager I was enamored by The Economist—the logic of classical (liberal) economics was elegant, almost beautiful in its simplicity. I was . . .
Automated Vehicles Could Impact Almost 16 Million Jobs According to a new report from the US Department Of Commerce, autonomous (self-driving) vehicles could impact approximately 15.5 million jobs. This means about 1 in 9 American . . .
President Trump Talks Tariffs, Mainstream Media Goes Bananas The liberal media is up to its usual histrionic tricks. What are they crying about this time? Tariffs. President Donald Trump ran a campaign on protectionist policies . . .
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 . . .