The British Far-Left, A Culture Acquiescing to Anti-Semitism The Right - Israel deserves criticism like any state, but its castigation on the Left (and elsewhere) goes way beyond that. Israel is now the world’s demonic Jew, subject to the calumnies and libels Jews have faced throughout history. Henry George 4/18/2018
The Conflict over Character Education: Faith Schools in Britain The Right - In the UK recently, there has been concern over the growth in private and unregistered faith schools. Henry George 4/10/2018
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
What Government Oppression Really Looks Like: An Interview with Michael Malice The Right - On how Americans talk about their political opponents: “I am delighted by our continued polarization and the fact that each side is unable to communicate with the other.” Alex Baltzegar 3/7/2018
Ben Carson’s Dining Room Set Is the Tip of the IcebergBen Carson The Right - The HUD Secretary’s outrageous spending on tableware is causing an uproar because of how relatable it is — not its cost. Eddie Ferrara 3/7/2018
Is President Trump Really the Worst President in American History? The Right - Why a poll comparing ratings given to the current Commander Chief and his predecessors is inaccurate. Aidan Mattis 3/5/2018
Three Free Speech Myths The Right - Steve Simpson’s guide on how not to defend free speech. Steve Simpson 3/3/2018
The Winter Olympics was a Show of Great Unity and Healthy Patriotism The Right - The Winter Olympics encourage a healthy feeling of patriotism that does not unleash the tiger of unthinking nationalism. Henry George 2/28/2018
The Breakdown of American Culture: An Interview with Prof. Amy Wax The Right - On the current trend towards drug liberalization: “Everybody I know who functions at a high level in society is fairly reliable and trustworthy. My husband is an oncologist, and I can tell you that hardworking cancer doctors don’t spend their free time getting high.” Erich J. Prince 2/27/2018
From Super Bowl Champion to Conservative Thinker: An Interview with Burgess Owens The Right - “These players are heroes to many young black boys. Sadly, now they see their heroes disrespecting the flag and our country. It’s a terrible message to send.” Henri Mattila 2/26/2018
Libertarians Are Going Nowhere, But Their Ideas Are The Right - In many ways, libertarians can rest happily knowing that their ideas are winning, even if their candidates are not. Eddie Ferrara 2/25/2018
School Walkouts Solve Nothing The Right - We are trusting a population that cannot vote in our society to lead informed debate on one of the nation’s most complex policy issues. Joel Gillison 2/24/2018
On Minimum Wage, Progressive Conservatives Miss the Mark The Right - Concerning the Ontarian minimum wage, the lesser of two bad ideas is still a bad idea. James Paron 2/21/2018
Interview: Businessman John Kingston is Running for Senate The Right - If you like the “get it down,” boot-skewered style of Charlie Baker, you should send me to Washington. But if you like the divisive, polarizing approach of Senator Warren, by all means, re-elect her. Michael DeSantis 2/18/2018
We Don’t Value Life Anymore The Right - We as a nation, numb to the sting of death, have lost sight of the wonders of life. Joel Gillison 2/16/2018
What Being “Tough on Drugs” Should Really Mean The Right - Honest criticism of current drug policy should not justify a culture of permissiveness about drug abuse. Christopher Baldacci 2/13/2018
Interview: Actor Antonio Sabàto Is Running for Congress The Right - “I came to this country from another country, and I struggled. I used to dream about coming to this country as a child, and I probably love this country more than many people who were born here.” Erich J. Prince 2/10/2018
The History of Conservatism at Harvard College The Right - Conservatism has a long history at one of America’s oldest, most prestigious colleges. Liam Warner 2/7/2018
In Defense of the Koch Brothers The Right - For the Koch brothers, an ideal government would support gay marriage, freedom of speech, balancing the budget, and capitalism. Aidan Mattis 2/5/2018
Mandatory Labeling of GMOs Does More Harm Than Good The Right - Giving government agencies free reign to establish whatever labeling requirements they wish may create more problems than it resolves. Levi Russell 2/4/2018
Free Speech is Scary. The Solution: Speak Up The Right - The parade of world leaders through the streets of central Paris made a mockery of the dead cartoonists; some of those who linked arms did all they could to suppress freedom of expression in their own countries. Henry George 2/3/2018
Interview: Former Clinton Administration Official on Why He Became a Republican The Right - “Rising tides lift all boats, whether they’re white, black, brown, yellow, immigrant, or any other American.” Henri Mattila 1/26/2018
Interview: Small Business Owner and Sec. of State Brian Kemp The Right - “I know that you can’t completely run government like a company, but you can bring in business principles and processes.” Henri Mattila 1/22/2018
Interview: Austin Petersen’s Case for U.S. Senate The Right - “I don’t spend my weekends at $1,000 cocktail parties with powerful people. I spend my weekends with my family going shooting on our farm and doing things that everyday, ordinary Americans do.” Nate McNally 1/21/2018
I Didn’t Vote for Donald Trump. Now I Wish I Had The Right - A “Never Trumper” has a change of heart. Alex Baltzegar 1/14/2018
Opposing View: The Necessity of “Legislating Morality”  The Right - “The law in a democracy is never potent in a vacuum. It must work in concert with the people.” Christopher Baldacci 1/12/2018
An Interview with Geoff Duncan: Pitcher, Businessman, and Now Candidate for Lt. Governor The Right - “I want to create a culture in Georgia as Lieutenant Governor that rewards good policy over good politics.” Henri Mattila 1/11/2018
The Left’s Silence on Iran Is Shameful The Right - Most of Western media, leftist politicians, and feminist organizations have been largely silent on the recent protests in Iran. Sadly, this was to be expected. Henry George 1/8/2018
Monopoly Miseducation The Right - In my class, I often see students equate large firms with monopolies based solely on their size or perceived “dominance” of an industry. Levi Russell 1/5/2018
Opposing View: Drug Testing Is Right for Wisconsin The Right - Even liberals acknowledge that some individuals unfairly exploit welfare programs. James Paron 1/2/2018
I’m a College Student, and I Support President Trump The Right - Here’s why young people have every reason to support President Trump and his policies. Nikhil Sridhar 1/2/2018
No, You Are Not the #Resistance The Right - The final point is this, and it is something that the “resistance” needs to hear. You are not heroes. Aidan Mattis 1/2/2018
Student Loan Forgiveness in Exchange for Delayed Social Security The Right - A new Republican proposal would allow young people to choose a reprieve on student debt in exchange for delaying the age when they can collect social security. Peter Finocchio 12/30/2017
Economist: Tax Bill a Good First Step The Right - Giving us more of our own income back will boost economic growth and will allow us to bolster voluntary alternatives to some of the federal government’s biggest agencies. Levi Russell 12/29/2017
Rep. Barr: Intelligence in the Age of Trump The Right - This is a president who openly and personally attacks the leaders and employees of the agencies in the Intelligence Community. In turn, some of them respond by attacking him, and on it goes. Congressman Bob Barr 12/21/2017
The Next Step for #MeToo The Right - While the U.S. Capitol grapples with sexual harassment allegations, less than a mile away, thousands of travelers take for granted the wall-size posters of lingerie-clad models at the Victoria’s Secret in Union Station. Nicole Ault 12/17/2017
The Media’s Nostalgia for the Bush Years Is Ridiculous The Right - This is the President, after all, who did everything that the modern Left supposedly despises; this is the man who sent thousands of young Americans to their deaths in Iraq. Henry George 12/17/2017
An Interview with Aaron Spring The Right - Aaron Spring, the Fordham student asked to leave a university coffee shop for wearing a “Make America Great Again Hat” answers whether businesses should be allowed to discriminate against people they disagree with politically and whether he would consider returning to the coffee shop. Erich J. Prince 12/15/2017
Is Ayn Rand Affecting Trump’s America? An Interview with Steve Simpson The Right - “When people say things like “Trump is the Ayn Rand presidency,” that’s nonsense. She’s influenced the political right, but there’s a big gap between Objectivism and what many conservatives believe.” Alex Baltzegar 12/10/2017
I’m Disabled, and I Despise Cultural Victimhood The Right - As it currently stands, university campuses across the Western world are being eaten from the inside out – this is just an undeniable reality. Henry George 11/25/2017
Reminder: White Nationalists and the Alt-Right are not Conservative The Right - White supremacists have a mindset that America is a land of finite opportunity, and gains by others come at the expense of their own. But they are wrong. Tyler Grant 10/28/2017