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Europe’s Migrant Crisis Is Simply Muslim History vs. Western Fantasy by Raymond Ibrahim. The world as understood by Islamic nations varies wildly from the Western nations’ understanding of the world. Whereas Muslims see the world through the lens of history, […]
Legal Expert: Using RICO Against Climate Change Skeptics an Attack on Free Speech by Bruce Parker. A constitutional law expert says using RICO laws to investigate global warming skeptics amounts to an attack on advocacy and free speech. This month, […]
San Francisco’s Alarming Tech Bro Boom: What Is the Price of Change? by Alexandra Pelosi. By now you must have heard the rumblings coming from the West Coast about “the battle for the heart and soul of The City.” Not […]
Corporate Social Responsibility Has Become a Racket – and a Dangerous One by Matthew Lynn. It manipulated the pollution levels of its cars. It deliberately designed “defeat” software to fool regulators and, more importantly, customers into thinking it was hitting […]
The Pointless Cowardice of John Boehner by Jeffrey Toobin. The mainstream reaction to the forced resignation of John Boehner as the Speaker of the House has been a kind of weary admiration. He fought the good fight against the extremists […]
The Economist: A User’s Manual Hardcore, abundant and free: what is online pornography doing to sexual tastes—and youngsters’ minds? More.
The Image of Liberty: What the Roman Empire Can Teach Us About American Politics by Steven Smith. A look back at the disintegration of republicanism in the Roman Empire yields important lessons for contemporary American government. Will we demand actual […]