As anyone familiar with political history could attest, the embrace of social statism isn’t some strategy intended to serve a separate and external goal of nationalism. It is the goal.
Kára McCullough gave coherent, thoughtful answers but she deviated from liberal talking points, and the Internet is upset about it.
It turns out the problem isn’t the socialism in our economics. It’s the unexamined collectivist assumptions inside our heads.
Do we really want a society in which every action a child takes from K-12 is incorporated into an economic planning algorithm that may control the rest of his life?
What happens to you when politics comes to define every aspect of your life? Joss Whedon and Bill Nye offer cautionary tales.
I wrote that denying the disastrous consequences of socialism is Holocaust denial for the Left. In response, socialism’s defenders set out to prove my point.
We’re supposed to remember the horrors of the Holocaust so we’ll never let it happen again. But we haven’t done the same for the horrors of socialism.
The mainstream media is obsessed with how Trump is changing the GOP. But the real transformation in American politics is happening in the Democratic Party.
Donald Trump’s voters did not sign themselves up for Barack Obama’s third term.
In a debate hosted by Mic, The Federalist’s John Davidson tried to explain to a socialist how freer markets could improve our health care system.
Pope Francis recently told Germany’s leading liberal newspaper Die Zeit that ‘Populism is evil and ends badly, as the past century shows.’ Except he doesn’t think that.
The idea that guides USAID and much of our foreign policy is a part of the larger, progressive takeover of constitutional, republican government that has been in the works for a century.
Striking from smiling, hurting the poor, and suppressing male authors were some of the genius ideas of ‘Day Without Women’ activists.
West Virginia’s newest state senator is a Tea Party immigrant: ‘After seeing what happened in Venezuela, I was not going to let my adopted country go that direction without a fight.’
The series explores our global discourse on privilege and inequality—but not in the way you might expect.
Totalitarianism touches every aspect of every person’s life, and Cuban communism has been traumatic for adults and children not drunk with fanaticism.
If Americans lose the virtues that make an open society possible, they open the way to tyranny. That virtue includes settling differences through argument, not force.
The risks of embarking on a truly populist course without a sense of responsibility and without a sense of moderation about what government can achieve are real.
Saint Nick meets Robin Hood? Venezuela’s consumer ‘protection’ agency seized several million toys to ostensibly redistribute to the poor.
Why would people who profess to be ‘liberals’ so avidly support and make excuses for a brutal dictator like Cuba’s Fidel Castro?
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