“Vaccine passports” are the latest in a long line of unusual terms we’ve all become familiar with over the past year. The Washington Post reports the Biden Administration is working to coordinate a national program that would require citizens to show proof of their vaccine status in order to travel or enter public places, but … Continue reading On Vaccine Passports, Free People Require Free Movement
Early in 2007, after winning a second six-year term as president, Hugo Chávez announced his plan to nationalize Venezuela’s largest telecommunications company, CANTV, hinting at wider nationalization plans to come. “All that was privatized, let it be nationalized,” announced Chávez, who had run under the banner of democratic socialism. Nearly a decade and a half … Continue reading Bloomberg: Venezuela Turns to Privatization After Being Bankrupted by Socialism
The United States is headed back to the United Nations Human Rights Council, as announced by Secretary of State Antony Blinken. In his statement, Blinken addresses the body’s failings, but notes that, “the best way to improve the Council is to engage with it and its members in a principled fashion.” While American human rights leadership is … Continue reading Before Rejoining UN Human Rights Council, US Should Commit to Authentic Human Rights
Decentralized currencies could help to break down the grip of the state and let Venezuelans finally breathe free.
Import taxes on washing machines have cost Americans over $800,000 per job created.
New Zealand’s experience is one of numerous examples in which socialism caused ruin that capitalism then fixed.
U.S. Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (CO-03) released the following statement after introducing the Paris Agreement Constitutional Treaty Act: "My bill prohibits Congress from spending a single penny on the Paris Agreement until this treaty is ratified by the United States Senate. Joe Biden took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution. If he wants to keep it, he must … Continue reading Rep. Boebert Introduces Bill to Block Paris Agreement
The People’s Republic of China often pays lip service to reforming its bloated, inefficient state-owned enterprises. Unfortunately, reforms rarely pan out. When China began to emerge from the dark ages of the Cultural Revolution in the late 1970s, progress in reforming state-owned enterprises, particularly in the form of consolidating state control of large state-owned enterprises … Continue reading China’s Economy Is Mostly Unfree and Likely to Stay That Way
Leaders of the World Economic Forum are seeking to implement a Great Reset of capitalism whereby “global stakeholders” cooperate to achieve “shared goals.” In the true spirit of not letting a crisis go to waste, they see the COVID-19 pandemic as presenting a unique opportunity to push their agenda. "The level of cooperation and ambition … Continue reading Is ‘Stakeholder Capitalism’ Newspeak for Economic Fascism?
Freshman Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., is one of several new members of Congress who have formed the “Freedom Force.” The group of conservative Republican leaders says it will stand against the far-left agenda being promoted by the so-called squad led by fellow New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other liberal Democrats. Malliotakis is the daughter … Continue reading New Congresswoman Vows to Stand Against Radical Agenda of Leftist ‘Squad’