Banning abortion is a step toward equality. But it's not enough for real equality. We must go further. Or go backward.
In his 2023 State of the Union address, President Biden demonstrated why Democrats cannot achieve "meaningful gun reform". They don't seem to understand why Americans want guns. In fact, they continue to embarrass themselves by failing to listen to gun owners. Here's what President Biden said: Let’s do what
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence that responds to written prompts. It insists it has no biases, but that's silly. It obviously does. In fact, it confidently regurgitates some of the most absurd biases of our times. These are actual examples from ChatGPT, paraphrased: * Is inflation bad for an economy? Yes,
The United Nations drafted the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (IC-ESC) in 1966. It claims food, clothing, housing, and medical care are "fundamental human rights." In fact, it claims these are components of a broad human right to "a standard of living adequate for the health and
New Zealand is banning the use of tobacco like cigarettes and chew. By its own logic, it should go much further. The justification for this ban is minimizing health system costs. New Zealand's Health Minister, who introduced the law, stated, "the health system will be NZ$5 billion (US$3.
William Howard Taft was an attorney, judge, and President of the United States. He spent his adult life in law and policymaking. Over 100 years ago, he shared some thoughts on American political discourse that are surprisingly relevant today. In 1913, at the end of his presidency, Taft published a
Even Harvard is failing to educate about how government should work. Brooks Anderson, a Harvard student concentrating in Government, recently wrote an op-ed in The Crimson about administrative bloat at the university. It's a perfect example of what's wrong with American self-government. It identifies a legitimate problem, then waves the