Fight For $15: The Forgery of Virtue

Last Friday the Minneapolis City Council approved a $15 an hour minimum wage ordinance however, they were unable to overturn the laws of supply and demand.  Of course, the ordinance sounds good – especially for workers at or near the poverty line which, for a single person is just over $12 thousand per year. On […]

The Cultivation of Soft Tyranny: The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution

Joseph Story, who served on the Supreme Court from 1811-1845, once remarked that “the American republic, above all others, demands from every citizen unceasing vigilance and exertion; since we have deliberately dispensed with every guard against danger or ruin; except the intelligence and virtue of the people themselves.” The mostly untouched history books in our […]

HUD: The Rich Opportunities Of The Grievance Industry

Fifty-three years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. visualized a day when his children would no longer be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. Today with the help of the Obama administration the Department of Housing and Urban Development is working to make sure that day never comes. […]

The AltRight: All Cucked Up & Nowhere To Go

We are living in an age where what you say and its relation to the facts is completely irrelevant, where the measure of a man can can be cloaked in soundbites and hashtags rather than be revealed by his actions and record. Take the current front-runner of my party for example: he has stood on […]