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The American Anti-Renaissance: Overpopulation and a Declining National Dream

Do you believe that America's greatest problem is social, economic, or political in nature? If so, think again. Read More »

Equality Beyond Measure: Reconsidering the Legacy of Affirmative Action

Affirmative action was initiated to level the field for women and minorities. Has it honestly lived up to its purpose? Read More »

Land of the Free, Home of the Believers; Religion in America

With some calling America a Christian nation and others proclaiming it to be stridently secular, where does the truth lie? Read More »

Amerinomics, Part Four: The Fall of the American System

From the Federal Reserve Act to the Smoot-Hawley Tariff, the economic system that brought America to prosperity was destroyed. Read More »

Amerinomics, Part Three: The Golden Era of the American System

From the days of Abraham Lincoln to William McKinley, the American system defined first-world nationhood. Read More »

Amerinomics, Part Two: Rise of the American System

From Alexander Hamilton to Henry Clay, the American School got off to an astounding start. Read More »

Amerinomics, Part One: Going Back to School

Both the Austrian and Keynesian schools have flunked the American economy. Is there a better way for the future? Read More »

Ayn Rand, Intellectual Powerhouse: An American Story:

Ayn Rand is many things to many people, but can be universally recognized as a daring and pioneering thinker. Read More »

A Tale of Two Slums

By addressing the Trayvon Martin shooting with a racial tone, the real problem is being overlooked. Read More »

Two Men, One City, and a World of Human Failings

An overlooked perspective on Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and the spirit of a struggling city. Read More »