Eric Cervone

Eric Cervone
The Sick Hero of Free Speech
By Eric Cervone
On first impression, Lenny Bruce is few people’s idea of a hero. He was a drug addict, a self-admitted con ...
August 13, 2020
Where are the Leaders? Everywhere.
By Eric Cervone
One of the few cultural high points of 2020 has been The Last Dance, ESPN’s documentary on the 1990s Chicago ...
June 25, 2020
What MMA Can Teach Us About Politics
By Eric Cervone
If you have become fed-up with American politics—which lately can only be described as the world’s most boring circus—allow me ...
December 21, 2019
Business Leaders Must Put a Stop to Corporate Cowardice
By Eric Cervone
Today certainly is not the easiest time to run a business. Globalization now requires executives to be experts on geopolitical ...
November 26, 2019
Cancel School: Why Self-Learning Must Be the Future of Education
By Eric Cervone
American education is at a crossroads. Over the past decade, standardized testing has taken over our schools. In America’s largest ...
November 01, 2019
From the Gun Range to the Yoga Studio, Markets Breed Diversity
By Eric Cervone
I have a regular weekend routine that provides quite the yin-and-yang experience: every Saturday, I’ll spend some time at the ...
September 30, 2019
Free Speech Should Not Be A Partisan Issue
By Eric Cervone
In his latest Netflix comedy special, Dave Chappelle deftly addresses a number of the most sacred cows in American life: ...
September 09, 2019
Violence is Violence
By Eric Cervone
Over the weekend, a journalist was brutally beaten in broad daylight on a public street. Such an event might be ...
July 03, 2019
In Defense of Offensiveness
By Eric Cervone
A recent article in Vulture, one of the web’s top pop-culture sites, posed a question I never expected to be ...
June 10, 2019
Why Individual Rights Matter
By Eric Cervone
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of serving as a judge for a competition in which young students were ...
June 08, 2019
Ideas Over Personalities
By Eric Cervone
There’s certainly no shortage of personalities to mock in the political world. But while it’s always fun to mock the ...
June 03, 2019
The Rise of the Administrator
By Eric Cervone
Walk down Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., and one of the first things you’ll notice (besides the lack of access ...
May 24, 2019
A Republic, If You Can Keep It
By Eric Cervone
As Benjamin Franklin was leaving Independence Hall at the close of the Constitutional Convention, the story goes, he was approached ...
May 15, 2019
Capitalism Needs Its Own Hippie Movement
By Eric Cervone
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, many believed the idea of socialism collapsed with it. In a 2006 interview, ...
May 03, 2019
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