News Commentary

Why Regulation Does Not Always Work

It is astonishing to see how so many people think unbalanced markets can be regulated into order. They think that stopping abuses with straitjacket regulations will solve all problems. In the case of frenzied markets, this usually addresses the effects … Continue reading

A Solution for a Fragmented America

In his masterwork, The City of God, Saint Augustine offers a definition of a people that can shed some light on why we are so fragmented today. He states that a people is “a gathered multitude of rational beings united … Continue reading

The Invisible Army That Occupies America

A 10-million-strong army has invaded America—and it’s weighing the country down with its social and moral crises. Over the past few decades, America has been invaded by an invisible army of ten million men. The impact of this army is … Continue reading

The Super Bowl’s Somber Ad

Super Bowl Sunday has become an unofficial holiday for millions of Americans to celebrate one of America’s favorite sport. For most, it is a chance to get together with family and friends and enjoy the simple pleasures of life, all … Continue reading

Dictator Castro, Clergy Support, Withered Myth

1.  The bloodthirsty dictator Castro and the Cuban communist revolution would not have gone beyond the plains of Sierra Maestra and the province of Santiago de Cuba without the enigmatic support he received from the highest levels of the clergy, … Continue reading

Fidel Castro and the Death of a Man-Symbol

Much has already been said about the death of Fidel Castro, one of the most brutal dictators in modern history. The expected tributes have come flooding in by those of the liberal establishment who have always supported him. The rightful … Continue reading

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