The Road to Freedom — Interview of Arthur Brooks

Free enterprise offers the most happiness, freedom and prosperity to the most people. It is also despised by politicians because it limits their power, and by most businessmen because it limits their ability to set their prices and forces them … Continue reading

Occupy Wall Street Mayday Protest

Capitalism is the only system that contains human greed within tolerable limits and allows poor people to rise out of poverty, so naturally the #occupy protesters hate it. See also this:  May Day Protesters Cannot Explain Their Signs or Their … Continue reading

Occupy Wall Street And The Myth Of The 99%

This is from Todd Henderson of the University of Chicago Law School writing in Forbes: The ‘Occupy’ movement will never succeed against its “one percent” adversaries until it begins to understand that there is not a single one percent, but … Continue reading

Tea Party Photo Comparison With Occupy Wall Street

UPDATE 12/10/2011:  Today in Boston — The Utopian dreamers of Occupy Boston are leaving behind a disgusting field of filth on the formerly scenic Rose Kennedy Greenway, where trees will have to be replanted, grass resodded, sprinklers repaired or replaced and … Continue reading

Ann Coulter On the #Occupy Wall Street Movement

Ann Coulter on Fox and Friends discusses the #Occupy Wall Street Movement and contrasts it to the Tea Party Movement. She explains how they are different [Oh, so different!]. The Tea Party is exactly what good citizens are supposed to … Continue reading

Who Are The #Occupy Wall Street Movement?

We already know a lot about the #Occupy Wall Street Movement by it List of Demands. We now know more about it by a series of photos taken in the last few days. You may have heard talk about a … Continue reading