I Don’t Like How "Atlas Shrugged" Keeps Coming Up

I was afraid of this when I first read it, and now more and more it looks like Atlas Shrugged wasn’t fiction, just an eerily prescient tale of where America was headed. I’m nowhere near as optimistic as Steve Moore in the video. American people, and all people for that matter, typically make good economic decisions when it comes to More …

Government, a Growth Industry

Fabius Maximus notes that we now have more people employed in government than in manufacturing and construction. Now you know where all of America’s manufacturing jobs have gone–not to China, but to the Department of Health and Human Services.

Roe at 36

Today is the 36th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. Ed Whelan marks the occasion by explaining, again, why it should be overturned: Roe is the Dred Scott of our age. Like few other Supreme Court cases in our nation’s history, Roe is not merely patently wrong but also fundamentally hostile to core precepts of American government More …