Patrick Armstrong explains why the Time magazine’s “Yanks to the Rescue” story was utterly wrong.
The core lesson explored by Plato throughout all of his dialogues is that we are a species of both reason and passion who live in a discoverable universe where both freedom and law co-exist.
Under the Keynesian takeover of Bretton Woods Trans-Atlantic nations became increasingly dominated by bloated bureaucratic systems while plans for genuine development were undermined, Matthew Ehret writes.
When will the American people realise that the biggest threat to American freedom is not from without but from within its very own walls, where it has been prominently residing for the last 112 years…
Today’s polarization across the Trans-Atlantic world has reached a fevered pitch with the “right wing conservatives” shouting for liberty and less government while left wing liberals call for more government and top-down reforms of the system.
It is true that the U.S. is acting more like a terrible empire than a republic based on liberty and freedom. It may even be the case that the world is spared for a time from further war and tyranny, if the U.S. were to collapse, Cynthia Chung writes.
The idea of a “Great Reset” expounded by the modern mouthpieces of history’s bad ideas signals nothing more than a new Dark Age which should turn the stomach of any moral being, Matt Ehret writes.
It is shameful that the people of 1918 were far more responsible in dealing with a pandemic – with their relatively limited information resources – than people are today with a wealth of information gadgetry at their disposal.