The Smartest Girls I Know

by Jo Ann Skousen When I first met Deja and Zhane, they were living with their mother in a Section 8 housing unit in Yonkers, New York. Their mother was what most people would describe as a “typical welfare mom”—she got a job once in a while, although the risk of losing her benefits if […]

Cannabis Investing: A Moral Imperative

by Jeff Siegel Recently, a new bill was introduced that would effectively end the federal prohibition on medical cannabis. While I was certainly happy to see this bipartisan effort created, I was also reminded of how frustrating it is that such a bill needs to be introduced in the first place. Why do we have […]

Is There a King in America?

by William J. Federer Do you know what has been the most common form of government in world history? From the invention of writing around 3,300 BC, the world has mostly been ruled by kings. Although called by different names — Pharaohs, Chieftains, Emperors, Caesars, Sultans, Khans, Maharajas, Monarchs, and Dictators — rulers act the […]

David Rockefeller, Global Ambassador of Capitalism

by George Gilder Grandson at once of the creator of perhaps the world’s greatest capitalist fortune and of one of the U.S. Senate’s most venerable Republican grandees, David Rockefeller died earlier this year at age 101 as an enigma or even an anathema to many libertarians and conservatives.  Unrepentant globalist, establishment Republican, banker to the […]