U.S. policy regarding green energy investment is troubling. As Congress struggles to pass a budget, green energy programs should be the first to go.
I decided it was time to highlight some more pro-liberty, perhaps libertarian-ish celebrities to show that not everyone in Hollywood is a liberal, and give us some hope for the future. I set out to make a list of “libertarians” but unfortunately that list would be too small, and quite frankly, non-inclusive. So, here is my list of pro-liberty celebrities:
The fight to maintain press freedom will remain ongoing. Of course there are a multitude freedoms and causes to speak out and fight for, but to lose our freedom of speech and the press is to lose our means of discovering and demanding truth and justice.
Students at Princeton University finally received meningitis vaccines this week after the Centers for Disease Control ruled that they could be given a vaccine as yet unapproved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Yes, yes it did. But the government itself does not deserve the credit for the Internet we know today. First off, the idea came from J.C.R. Licklider, an associate professor […]
As student loan debt has almost tripled since 2004, start-up companies such as Upstart and Pave offer a solution. These firms allow those with excess money to invest in people and their careers. Graduate students from competitive universities are especially attractive targets for investors. As their business models continue to develop, they could help alleviate problems in the broader student loan market.
This week marks the 119th birthday of the great American economist Henry Hazlitt, who lived from 1884-1993. While Hazlitt made many contributions to the field of economics, he is best remembered for his short book, Economics in One Lesson.