To Fix Homelessness, Stop Fixating On Housing
Book Review: George Gilder’s Brilliant ‘Life After Capitalism’
It was probably fifteen years ago that I was at lunch with Banknote Capital’s Jim Fitzgerald. We were finishing up when the conversation shifted to tax rates, at which point Fitzgerald dismissed the notion that lower rates stimulate more work. To be clear, Fitzgerald was not saying that he opposed lower tax rates. He was and is very much for Read More ›
This Memorial Day, Remember The Courage And Forgiveness That Made America Great
K-12 Hybrid Learning Is the New Parent Preference
Biden Takes on Homelessness With Bromides
6 Steps to Reduce Homeless Epidemic
New policies needed to focus on mental health services, addiction treatment, and job training.
A Chinese Fifth Column in the United States?
On The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish People
Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the independence of modern Israel. Few in 1948 thought it would last as long, surrounded as it was by a hostile Muslim world, now only partly hostile. The U.S. has been crucial in that survival, and Walter Russell Mead’s The Arc of a Covenant: The United States, Israel, and the Fate of the Jewish Read More ›