The View from Abroad provides hard-hitting weekly commentary on the political and economic issues of our time. Kenn Jacobine’s experience living and teaching internationally on three different continents gives his articles a unique perspective, unbiased by the socializing effects of the American mainstream media. If you like original ideas, The View from Abroad is a must read for you.
Americans will continue to live under the threat of terrorism until they learn blowback is real.
At a time of high unemployment, raising the minimum wage is irresponsible.
Price inflation is real in spite of what Keynesians claim.
Ben Bernanke is making the same mistake as his predecessor.
One of the biggest questions raised against a totally free society is, who would build roads and regulate their use?
There is no recovery, just the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.
Parents in Newtown, Connecticut aren't the only ones to lose children.
It's too late to prevent the fiscal cliff.
Price controls are responsible for gasoline shortages in the Northeast.
Statist economic policies always bite politicians in the rear.
The Obama/Romney showdown avoided the most important issues.
Romney is unfit to be president.
Financial collapse is just around the corner.
Either because of emotions or socialization, old beliefs die hard.
The Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional regardless of the Supreme Court's ruling.
With median net worth back to 1992 levels, Americans may still be facing two more decades of sluggish economic growth.
It is ridiculous to think Obama is not a big spender.
California is insolvent: dismantling the massive welfare state is the only solution.
Last Thursday in Salt Lake City, Utah, a gun toting citizen single-handedly ended the stabbing spree of a knife wielding maniac.
Department of Justice lawsuit against Apple and others is incredible hypocrisy.