Sowing the Seeds Of Failure

One local farmer from Akron, Ohio, seventy year-old Donald Bessemer, has stopped farming lettuce, corn, squash and peppers and will now only produce soybeans. His long time farm stand is now permanently closed and with it, thirty employees are out … Continue reading

Repackaging the Free Market in Zimbabwe

When Zimbabwe’s socialist government decreed a land reform program in 2000, revolutionary mobs invaded farms and evicted from their lands almost all of the nation’s white commercial farmers. These farmers, African-born and raised, turned the landlocked southern African nation into … Continue reading

CHINA: Life-saver or Greatest Global Threat?

Everyone’s eyes are turned to China, the Middle Kingdom, whose dizzying economic growth never ceases to draw exaggerated praise. However, we are also facing the growing military might of a government that not only has not renounced the Marxist ideology … Continue reading