The Sustainability Scam

Environmentalist claims about sustainability do not entail prolonging or even enhancing human life. In reality, the term means the exact opposite. Policies that ban, curb, and lessen human progress can not result in actual sustainability, but actually means destitution, anguish, and (ultimately) death. True sustainability requires that human life is central to political and societal…

Be Thankful for Capitalism This Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! The lastest holiday the Left is subjecting to historical revisionism as part of their attack on Western culture and civilization. Before you eat turkey, thank capitalism! Without it, Thanksgiving would be Starvation Day. John Stossel explains why… [Thanksgiving] is a producers’ holiday. The lavish meal is a symbol of the fact that abundant…

Why We are Getting More for Less

Joakim Book, November 19, 2019, American Institute for Economic Research With strong enough libertarian priors, it doesn’t matter what the question is – more capitalism is always the solution. Such an extreme position is surprisingly hard to argue with: capitalism generates wealth for all and creates the very resources that spend-hungry politicians can later tax…

Corporate Leftist Campaigns Are Not a Formula for Success

In light of Nike’s cancelling of an American flag shoes product, Powerline has an interesting article pointing to a few other examples that corporate America tilts to the Left. As the Powerline essay points out, it must be disheartening for Leftists now-a-days since many of the things they advocate are being adopted by the private…

Earth Is Nearly 520 Percent More Abundant Now Than in 1980

Thanks to the ultimate resource: the human mind RONALD BAILEY | 5.31.2019 Reason Good news: The Earth was 518.98 percent more abundant last year than it was in 1980. So says the latest edition of the Simon Abundance Index, which tracks the relative availability of 50 fundamental commodities over time. The index, which was first…

The Benefits of Capitalism

Justin Haskins, executive editor at The Heartland Institute, joins Stuart Varney on the Fox Business Channel to discuss capitalism vs. socialism. Topics include climate change, income inequality, and why young people favor socialism.