A thread was sent to me regarding Patrick Buchanan, one of the strongest conservative voices in modern American history. But to call him “conservative” isn’t really a proper tag because the term has been coopted by many who do not share his America First views. Today, he’s best seen as a populist, which makes it
In a vote of 6-1 the city of Mason, Ohio repealed the ordinance that went into effect on November 24
Coverage of the recent National Conservatism conference has highlighted the growing divisions in the conservative movement, especially when it comes to the exertion of political power in economic life. The intellectual roots of this conflict were on display earlier this year when the Intercollegiate Studies Institute held a two-day conference on conservative political economy funded
Supply and demand is the heart of economics. It’s essential for understanding nearly everything economists care about. Market prices and quantities, industry revenue, the distribution of income, the effects of tariffs–it all depends on supply and demand. The usefulness of supply and demand is most obvious in the case of microeconomics, which focuses on households
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi impeached President Donald Trump in January for her own negligence.
The following article, 2021 in cybersecurity: How did America fare?, was first published on BizPac Review. Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. Ransomware and other hacking attacks exploded in 2021. Personnel changes at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security […] Continue reading 2021 in cybersecurity: How did America fare? …
In our day, you must obey King Biden’s rules rather than actually living life free to do as you wish.
“What cryptocurrency threatens is the very existence of the nation-state, which will have to pivot quite radically in order to survive the coming onslaught from the blockchain. The resulting institutional framework might look entirely alien once the dust has settled.” – Justin Goro, from “The Great Hard Fork” In the Tikal region of northern Guatemala,
COVID-19 Economic Zombification Authored by Daniel Fernandez via UFM Market Trends, More and more economists and finance specialists are warning of the potential arrival of a new “Minsky moment.” The last time this term was used with such conviction was in 2008 at the onset of the Great Recession. It seems that 2021–22 could have some parallels with the
You Will Never Be “Fully Vaccinated” Authored by Kit Knightly via Off-Guardian.org, Earlier this week, in a statement to Parliament on the UK’s planned “vaccine passport”, Health Secretary Sajid Javid admitted the NHS Pass would require three shots for you to be considered “fully vaccinated”. “Once all adults have had a reasonable chance to get their booster