• Economy, Issues

    Are You in America’s Middle Class?


    After reading Charles Murray’s writings the last few days, my mind has been fixated on some of the changes in America’s class structure and our (mis)perception of those changes. It made me wonder: Where exactly do I fall in the class stratosphere? Are my current perceptions accurate or are they way off? While Americans like…

  • Issues

    The Islamic State group has weaponized children


    Mia Bloom, Georgia State University In claiming responsibility for the attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, the Islamic State group has sunk to a new low. We have seen terrorists target venues where young people congregate before – shopping malls, discos and schools. If IS was indeed involved, they have…

  • Big Government, Issues

    Why the Free Market Is Diversity’s Best Friend


    Millions of people love Apple computers and wouldn’t be caught using a PC. By contrast, there are many millions of PC users who feel the same way about Apple computers. Many men like double-breasted suits, but I wouldn’t be caught dead in one. Some people swear by Cadillac cars, but my favorite is Mercedes-Benz. Despite…

  • Big Government, Budget, Donald Trump, Issues, The White House

    9 Key Takeaways From Trump’s First Budget


    Two months after unveiling his “skinny budget,” President Donald Trump officially submitted his completed budget to Congress. The proposal sends a strong message to Washington that the president intends to jump-start the country’s lagging economy and reign in the size and scope of the federal government. If implemented by Congress, the plan could spark economic…

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