Robert Morris: America’s Financial Atlas
Robert Begley January 26, 2019
This self-made immigrant helped make the Revolution possible, then laid the foundation for America’s essentially capitalist financial policies.
Biographies, History, Politics & Rights
The Moral Courage of Rosa Parks
Jon Hersey November 29, 2018
By refusing to give in to injustice, Parks sparked not only the Montgomery bus boycott but the American Civil Rights movement as such, which would go on to topple the legal support of racial discrimination in the United States.
History, Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Public Land’s Collectivist Roots
Jon Hersey November 20, 2018
Some call national parks “America’s best idea.” In truth, public lands of any type are antithetical to what is truly America’s best idea: individual rights.
The Need for Philosophy in the Islands of the Blessed
Timothy Sandefur November 20, 2018
Ka‘ahumanu overthrew Hawaii's brutal religion. Tragically, that was not enough. The Hawaiian people, like all people, needed the insights of philosophy.
History, Politics & Rights
Dr. Joseph Warren: Architect of the Revolution
Tom Malone November 10, 2018
This little-known founder not only articulated the ideas of America's revolution, he was intimately involved in putting those ideas into practice.
Remember, Remember, the Ninth of November
Jon Hersey November 8, 2018
November 9 and the opening of East German borders will forever mark a triumph for freedom and a reminder of the horrors of collectivism.
History, Politics & Rights, Reviews, Science & Technology
The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking by Saifedean Ammous
Michael Dahlen October 25, 2018
Ammous places Bitcoin in a broad historical context and makes a good case that it has the potential to be the next stage in the evolution of sound money.
History, Politics & Rights, Reviews
Nature’s God: The Heretical Origins of the American Republic by Matthew Stewart
Brian Tebbitt September 20, 2018
Well-read intellectuals, Greek philosophy, and atheism are what made America great. So says Matthew Stewart.
Education & Parenting, History, Philosophy
Marva Collins, Her Method, and Her ‘Philosophy for Living’
Carrie-Ann Biondi August 30, 2018
Thousands of students who had been written off as “unteachable” were able to lead meaningful, productive lives because one woman refused to give up on them.
Sequoyah and the Vital Nature of the Written Word
Timothy Sandefur August 13, 2018
There is no story quite like that of Sequoyah, who almost single-handedly invented a written form for the language of the largest tribe in America.