As philosopher Larry Siedentop demonstrates in his book, “Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism,” Christianity gave birth to the equal liberty of all individuals.
I am incredibly blessed yet all too often oblivious to the need around me. It’s so easy to drown out the world with my white ear buds.
It turns out that some of the greatest creative and artistic figures—including Vonnegut, Frost, and Ives—had day jobs to support themselves.
Many good things have been lost to the long arm of the federal government, but unregulated hand-washing procedures at food service establishments are not among them.
A political force is sweeping the nation, and it will increase both wages and opportunity for millions of working class Americans. No, I am not talking an increase in the minimum wage or “free” community college, but “right-to-work.”
This is the beauty of a free market. Human preferences—increasingly, of the hipster variety—create the demand that fuels a vibrant economy where everyone can be happy.
This week’s collection includes a conversation with a U.S. Congressman, a personal and nuanced vision for education reform, and more.
“Security is everyone’s responsibility…” As it rarely is, my attention was caught by the voice on the airport PA system. Over the years, I’ve become used to the obnoxious drone, “Is that your bag?” but this was new. I replayed the message in my mind: “Security is...
I believe that as options continue to grow, we will see an upsurge in the need for curation. The shrewdest businesses will recognize that too much choice can be debilitating for customers.