From Prague Spring to Now: An Interview with Larry Reed The Right - “By and large, as people mature and learn about how the real world works, they tend to become more pro-liberty. I know a lot more former socialists than I know former libertarians.” Erich J. Prince 4/3/2018
Returning to a Less Fragmented America The Right - According to a Pew report, millennials, more than any other generation, are both averse to organized religion and distrustful of other people. Addison Merryman 4/1/2018
Congressman Jody Hice: Religious Liberty and Good Business Are Benefits of Republican Majority The Right - In a one-on-one interview with Merion West, Georgia Congressman Jody Hice explains how his background as a Christian pastor informs his worldview, his bill to address the taxpayer burden of former presidents’ pensions, and a possible solution to easing division in a polarized America. Michael DeSantis 3/29/2018
Nixon Staffer: The Similarities Between Watergate and Mueller The Right - “Normally you have separation of powers, and you have supervision, but with special prosecutors you don’t have very much supervision. That’s the great danger.” Erich J. Prince 3/27/2018
Children Have the Right to Protest, But Leave Voting to the Adults The Right - In our society, whatever is important is what we don’t let children do. They can’t buy property, take out loans, consent to medical procedures (with the glaring exception of abortion), or rent a car. Varad Mehta 3/23/2018
A Defense of the Lonely Senator from Kentucky The Right - The Republican Party has been quick to turn against Senator Rand Paul, the only remaining principled conservative left in the Senate. Is this it for the Grand Old Party? Aidan Mattis 3/22/2018
Why This Retired Fighter Pilot Wants to Be a U.S. Senator The Right - My father was a blue collar worker. He was about to buy his first car: a Cadillac. Instead, he gave me the money to go to the school. Michael DeSantis 3/19/2018
Freedom of Speech? Meet the British Border The Right - Lauren Southern’s unjust arrest is a threat to freedom of speech and philosophy. This is an example of how the UK Border Force’s efforts to keep citizens safe are misguided. Henry George 3/18/2018
How Consistently Enforcing Laws Can Remedy Mass Incarceration The Right - Discriminatory laws aren’t the cause behind mass incarceration. Laws in general are not enforced as much as they should be, and people have lost respect for the justice system. Alex Baltzegar 3/15/2018
Why a “Blue Apron” Food Policy Makes No Economic Sense The Right - Economist Levi Russell explains why the proposed restructuring of the largest food assistance program will end up costing more than its probable worth. Levi Russell 3/9/2018
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