The Failure of Green Energy

Who would not want renewable, clean and affordable energy? The promise is great, but do green power sources live up to their claims? It seems that the only green to be found is from taxpayers’ pockets to environmentally friendly construction … Continue reading

Argentina: Repeating the Tragedy of Venezuela

It appears that Argentina and Venezuela have more in common than meets the eye. They were both Spanish colonies, have a majority Catholic population, once enjoyed a vibrant and growing economy—and they are both falling headlong into chaos, bankruptcy, civil … Continue reading

Can Technology Completely Replace Humans?

With computers, robots and other digital technologies acquiring basic tasks and even more advanced skills at an extraordinary rate, what is the future of the labor market? For more than a century, automation has increasingly replaced a portion of the … Continue reading

Venezuela: Socialism’s Shining Star of Success

Socialist politicians have an uncanny ability to make poor decisions regarding the betterment of their country. Having seized power in 1999 as leader of the Fifth Republic Movement, Hugo Chávez steadily led Venezuela into an increasingly leftist state nationalizing industries … Continue reading

A Smoking Hypocrisy

The Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service, Luther L. Terry, M.D., released the first report from the Surgeon General’s Advisory Committee on Smoking and Health on January 11, 1964. This warning kick started an unprecedented and successful antismoking … Continue reading

The Misleading Genderqueer Dialectic

One of the first principles of logic is the Law of Contradiction, which states that something cannot be, and not be at the same time and place. Any child can understand this because we are hardwired to think this way, … Continue reading

Wind Turbines Have Run Afoul

The Obama administration announced that it will allow wind turbines to kill or injure two American icons, the endangered bald and golden eagles. This can now be done without the fear of prosecution for up to 30 years. Not only … Continue reading

Third World Politics Produce Third World Results

One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. As Nicholas Maduro, former bus driver and now-president of Venezuela, was giving a speech unveiling his grand socialistic plan, a curious thing occurred throughout the … Continue reading

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