ESG, the Biggest Scam of the Century

 A 2021 Columbia University and London School of Economics study showed that 147 American companies that were part of ESG funds had worse compliance records when it came to labor and environmental rules than companies in 2,428 non-ESG portfolios. Journalist Rupa Subramanya wrote an essay for The Free Press about The Giant Grift, That Swallowed Wall Street—and Maybe Your


Would you bet your financial future on ESG?

Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. It’s presumed that most folks selecting investment firms for their retirement plans base their decisions on an asset manager’s record of past positive returns. However, there are some folks that would rather roll the dice and bet their savings based on an institution’s feel-good


Economic Freedom Matters! More Than You Think!

Economic freedom matters to economic development. Indeed, a wide body of empirical literature points to limited government, secure property rights, free trade, low regulations, and sound monetary policies as being generally associated with faster economic growth and higher income levels. There are skeptics who argue that once “some” economic freedoms are secured, the beneficial effects


Faucism’s New Deal Origins

The latest batch of Fauci files was supposed to have been released on Twitter in January, but has gone AWOL, if not down the Memory Hole. Could it be because they too clearly reveal the face of Faucism, a type of administrative dictatorship exemplified by Anthony Fauci’s almost four-decade reign over the National Institute of