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Kabul, the day of shame, again

One might have an impression that politicians in Washington cannot agree on anything. Please make a note that the...

Aug 17, 2021

How I fell into Ayn Rand’s snares

Most people do not care much about philosophers – unless it is Ayn Rand. There is no escape...

Aug 1, 2021

A volcano of complaints

Many young people borrowed more than they should for the overpriced education. Likely, thanks to easy credit, some people...

Jul 14, 2021

Jack C. Lee is wrong. Are you too?

Almost everyone breaks our idiotic immigration law. We do not report it to authorities because we benefit from the...

Jul 8, 2021

Writing is not about writing

Many Americans are pessimistic about the future of the nation. This attitude is prevalent because we do not communicate...

Jun 23, 2021

What did I learn from the world’s best editor?

Superb editorial work is crucial to the success of any publication. Very few authors have the skills, discipline, and...

Jun 10, 2021

The New York Times’ dance around the truth

In his column published in April this year in The New York Times, Thomas Friedman claims that “We Need...

Jun 7, 2021

On immigration, the government is the problem

Getting the government out of micromanaging immigration is the only way to fix our current mess.

May 18, 2021

Where do open borders work?

They work within the European Union. At least to some extent. It is worth learning more about this policy...

May 17, 2021