As high school and college students prepare to head back to school, they’re set to enter a lion’s den of anti-American, leftist indoctrination. Here are eight books conservative students need to balance their politicized fare.
I support nearly unlimited trade, no matter what other nations do. It’s mostly because I love America.
At the most basic level, tariffs are a punishment intended for foreign countries that actually penalize American citizens.
Peter Boetke brings a fresh perspective and wide range of talent to the prestigious Mont Pelerin Society, an economic powerhouse among the intelligentsia.
‘Who Needs the Fed?’ author John Tamny explains where Milton Friedman, Austrian economists, and supply siders go wrong.
Fortune magazine has no idea what capitalism means, even though it’s at the heart of why huge majorities of Americans distrust big business.
Hillary Clinton thinks she can gain points by hiding her socialist ‘free college’ plan in crony capitalist clothing.
Geoengineering would give the government control over the planet’s thermostat. Why anyone thinks that’s a good idea is beyond me.
Thomas Sowell talks to The Federalist about government’s most destructive economic intrusions.
Why aren’t conservatives capitalizing on outrage over attempts to ban apps like Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar to protect taxi car-tels?
A new poll depicts a politically confused Millennial generation that favors whatever cocktail of big- and small-government that gets them the most stuff.
Most conservatives are not purists who reject any government role in leveling the playing field. But once we accept some redistribution, we need a limiting principle.
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