Donald Trump's kids and Paris Hilton's siblings were born rich. That gave them a big advantage in life. Unfair!
A new documentary calls colleges like Harvard and Notre Dame "The Hunting Ground," where rapists prey on women. A bipartisan group of senators demand new rules to "curb campus sexual assaults."
Lots of people sure hate the Koch brothers.
For years, people assumed encyclopedias had to be created by professionals. Then Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales attempted to create an encyclopedia without central planners.
Most of life happens without a central planner. Yet people think we need one.
Politicians and lawyers pretend that they are important people doing important work. But often they're important because they are parasites. They feed off others, while creating no wealth of their own.
For most of history, people suffered in miserable poverty.
President Obama sure is consistent. His State of the Union address sounded like his other speeches: What I've done is great! America is in a much better position. We've created a manufacturing sector that's adding jobs. More oil is produced at home. I cut deficits in half!
It's easy to "fire" a business that rips you off. Just go to a different one. It's a lot easier to patronize another business than to get government to fix the problem.
Trust -- society depends on it.
No wonder Cuba wallows in poverty.
This Christmas Eve, if you see a fat man in a sleigh distributing presents, tell him he is in violation of several government regulations.
It's the season for giving.
People argue about whether the "consensus" of scientists is that we face disaster because of global warming. Instead of debating whether man's greenhouse gasses will raise temperatures, we should argue about how we gauge disasters.
Want to bet on tomorrow's NFL game between Chicago and Dallas? I do.
This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.
Control freaks want to run your life. They call themselves "public servants."
When the Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago this week, people in the Soviet Bloc gained something even more valuable than a right to vote: a free market.
I watch election results to gauge whether America has become freer or more tyrannical. It's hard to know whether Tuesday's results will make much difference. Often, individual liberty erodes in ways that neither major political party much cares about.
I'm told that the public is "angry" at today's politicians. Eighty-two percent disapprove of the job Congress is doing. So will Tuesday's election bring a big shakeup?