There are 51 million American households that cannot make ends meet. This means that 43% of American households can't afford a basic middle class life.
U.S. threats to crush Iran and North Korea may yet work, but as of now neither Tehran nor Pyongyang appears to be intimidated.
I am leaving Marquette University due to the rampant political bias on campus and the school's growing separation from the Catholic Church.
President reacts to NFL announcement
Ryan goes up against Chris Hahn on whether there are more school shootings than ever before.
Justin note: Something's stuck with me since the last time I spoke with Doug Casey. Earlier this month, we discussed the new "era of peace" in the Korean Peninsula. Doug talked about a meme floating around the internet saying that the US could
In the last month, Kanye West has acted questionably on his Twitter account, acting out in support of Donald Trump and going on long-winded tirades about literally anything. As he has now quieted down to focus on his work on several upcoming albums,
Incoming National Rifle Association President Oliver North says school shootings are the product of a "culture of violence," not the Second Amendment.
No one who's studied business as long as I have -- more than 40 years now -- should be shocked by the headline above.
Trumpistas and President Trump himself are undoubtedly pacing the floor over whether the president will receive his Nobel Prize for securing peace in Korea after all, given North Korea's threat yesterday to cancel the planned June 12 summit between
Are vouchers the answer for introducing market forces into public education, or is a free market in education the libertarian answer? FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling discuss.
The Indispensable Nation Folly, Part 1