C’Mon Man, a National Minimum Wage?

Feel good policies like a national minimum wage are almost always misguided. They sound so good, so loving and caring, and well intentioned. After all, shouldn’t everyone make a living wage?  But the unintended consequences of these feel good policies are rarely considered.  Here are my top 5 reasons why a national minimum wage is […]

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Wake up and start living

You know what scares me more than Covid-19? The loss of our freedom, and the massive brainwashing and fear-mongering pushed by our political leaders, big tech, dishonest media, lazy reporters and fear mongering health officials. Good thread and great perspective from former NYT Science writer Alex Berenson. His research on Covid is solid and you […]

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Markets and Morality

Great weekend interview in the WSJ can be found here.  William McGurn interviews co-founder and president of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, the Rev. Robert A. Sirico who has another, equally demanding ministry: preaching the virtues of economic freedom. The Acton Institute is a think-tank whose mission is to promote a […]

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The Downside of Diversity

No wonder college is so expensive! Yale has over 150 full-time staff devoted to a diversity role including an Office of Diversity and Inclusion, a Dean of Diversity and Faculty Development, an Office of Gender and Campus Culture and a dizzying array of similar positions and programs. Check out the WSJ Weekend Essay here… The […]

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