Harvard Researchers Conclude That Margaret Mead Was Right: It Only Takes A Few To Change The World
This coming crisis will hit everyone in the wallet. Money manager Peter Schiff, who accurately predicted the 2008 financial crisis, can already see the writing on the wall - and he says everyone is going to get wiped out.
Venezuela is in the throes of a deep political and economic crisis. The country's democratic system has produced two successive tyrannical dictators, Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro. There are extreme shortages of food and other essential items. Pri
Yahoo co-founder believes digital currencies will play a significant role in the future of society, even though bitcoin isn't "quite there yet".
Former president in bizarre rant
"You gotta remember, establishment, it's just a name for evil. The monster doesn't care whether it kills all the students or whether there's a revolution. It's not thinking logically, it's out of control."--John Lennon (1969)
A recent survey conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) revealed a chilling discovery: a majority of Americans are apparently agreeable to preemptively nuking other nations, knowing that millions of civilians would die. The theor
General conversation: Donald Trump's presidency/altruism/Twitter, radical liberalism akin to Marxism, #metoo movement nonsense, etc.
Dear Readers: It is December and time for my quarterly call for your support of your site. I do this site for you. I have no ego reasons for the website. In fact, it uses up my retirement years when I could otherwise relax.
At All Levels, Government Is Still the Problem
Anyone who says talk is cheap hasn't tried getting President Trump to talk with his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong Un. Not even the specter of a war that could kill millions of people on the Korean peninsula, Japan and now even the continental
The lemmings are now in full stampede toward the cliffs. You can literally hear the cold waters churning, foaming and crashing on the boulders far below.
Christine Smith discusses the 12 Traits of radical liberals.
Grudging, prudential acquiescence, however, is not the same thing as consent, especially when the people acquiesce, as I do, only in simmering, indignant resignation.
Bad news: President Donald Trump may be dismantling the State Department. The good news? No recent president has made much use of those diplomats, so they are unlikely to be missed. And that's really bad news.
The recent secessionist referendum in Catalunya brought some strong negative reactions from several corners of the libertarian community. The reasons to be against such a referendum varied, from the idea that any group action is, inherently, not lib
Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, "Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition."
Numerous misunderstanding and mythologies surround the meaning of capitalism and competition, but few match the confusions over the meaning and relevance of "monopoly" in the workings of the market economy.
After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow's White House, a dark era in human history came to an end.
These are the tenets indicating a deep degree of spiritual insanity I've observed of both the radical liberal herd members (aimless void people who repeat whatever is told them) and the intelligent manipulators at their head.
"ICOs represent the most pervasive, open and notorious violation of federal securities laws since the Code of Hammurabi," an outraged former commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) told the New York Times in a recent intervie
A few years ago, I was going to write a novel that began with crickets who, for some unexplained reason, are fully as intelligent as you or me.
What does it mean to be "free"?
It's been a strange but recurring theme in my life that when a cluster of bad things hit, something good follows close behind. Often, I learn later that the good thing was initiating just as the bad things struck.
It is ironic to see radical liberals in the United States protesting loudly they are for equality and justice, when their core values are the antithesis of everything they claim.
In every trade, both sides benefit, from their own individual perspective. The reason is simple: Each side is giving up something he values less for something he values more.
The problem with "House of Cards" is it paints everyone in Washington with the same poison brush. I suspected it would bad for our brand from the start, but tuned in for the first season out of curiosity. I turned off the first episode after Fran