Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report, is well known for his ultra-bearish commentary.
In corporate America, almost everyone spends their day at the office.
Vile Hypocrisy Exposed by AP Reporter Matt Lee
The HGTV show “Househunters International” is almost as good as “Judge Judy” in providing insights into human behavior in conditions of abundance and the welfare state.
Pat Robertson Advocates Making Marijuana Legal on 700 Club
In response to the article involving the constitutionality of secession, a few other points to consider to perhaps gain a clearer view of the secession situation.
Fortune Magazine named Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos its "Businessperson of the Year." While Bezos did some cool stuff this year, we think Fortune got it wrong.
Citing rising tuition costs and a poor job market, 20 percent of middle class parents say they don't consider a college education to be a worthy investment.
Jon Huntsman reflects on GOP's loss: "We've lost the economy, we don't value diplomacy and we're missing the libertarian vote"
YES - 27.3% ; NO - 57.6%
Unfortunately, I have to take issue with the recent article Armed To The Teeth: Essential Survival Contingency.
What’s particularly nervy — galling, really — about the idea that the US ought to be spreading our democratic system across the globe is the fact that we don’t have anything close to democracy in this country
I was deeply honored to receive the Gary Schlarbaum Prize this past week. It was presented to me – as a "lifetime achievement award" – at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s "Supporters’ Summit 2012" in Georgia.
It feels like the holidays are already here.
Who's better for stocks: Romney or Obama?
Headlines were made by the FBI just a few weeks ago when they thwarted an attempted terror attack on the New York Federal Reserve.
Expect destructive feedback loops
American Apparel is getting backlash after it offered 20 percent off merchandise in the name of Hurricane Sandy.
There will be Panic into Gold: Doug Casey
Bank analyst Meredith Whitney was just on CNBC, and the first thing she was asked about was the new $1 billion lawsuit against Bank of America.
Earth’s surface is 71 percent water, and our oceans are dotted with spectacular islands — tens of thousands of them — but some capture our imaginations more than others.
There isn't a day that passes as of late that the issue of debt doesn't arise.
Housing data this week continue to point to a market recovery.
We had Gary Shilling on DailyTicker last week. No matter who wins the presidential election in two weeks, he's not optimistic about the near-term outlook for the economy...
The Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has caught up to a working paper entitled "The Chicago Plan Revisited" issued by IMF staff members Jaromir Benes and Michael Kumhof.
A few months ago, I suggested that the TV industry might be starting to collapse.
JIM ROGERS: Only 2 Things Can Save America
Would you dial up a known criminal, like a murderer or rapist, to come help you after you've been the victim of a crime? No? Then why in the world would you call the police after you've been assaulted, robbed or otherwise violated?