Stop Voting for Incompetent Jerks Who Would Destroy Us
The issues that would seem to divide us are wildly exaggerated and for one purpose only
Why It's So Hard Being An American Overseas
The IRS got the idea that millions of Americans at home and abroad were hiding their money in foreign bank accounts to avoid paying U.S. taxes
I Predict an Epic Lawsuit Against Food Companies
We’re unhealthier than ever and someone’s going to pay a staggering amount in damages
How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Debt
Why America's outsized debt is wonderful
The West Owes this Couple a Huge Thank You
The Population Bomb was entirely wrong, but it helped persuade our greatest competitor to curb their growth
Stakeholder Capitalism: the Myth, the Misunderstanding, and a Lie
Delivering shareholder value is entirely consistent with taking a long-term view. And short-term profits have nothing to do with it.
What Will You Make That Lasts? (Newsletter 073)
There's always someone saying the system doesn't work perfectly. And they're almost always right.
When Leadership Fails (Newsletter 064)
There are many reasons to believe that people are the same everywhere with similar hopes and dreams. We just want to be left alone to live our lives in peace.
America's Archduke Ferdinand Moment (Newsletter 061)
We are once again awash with young radicals who believe passionately in their issue. So passionately that they are willing to do anything to achieve their goals.
Yeah, We Probably Shouldn't Be Voting (Newsletter 060)
When we delegate to politicians our obligations as citizens, we are at the mercy of our politicians faithfully executing our wishes.