What ‘Demolition Man’ Has Gotten Right—so Far
The 1993 film Demolition Man predicted some parts of the 21st century—and reminds us there are many shades of dystopia.
Russia & Ukraine: Geopolitics, Liberty and State Power
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What Governments Can Learn From Companies
The public sector has a lot to learn from the private sector
The Gray Man, Harvard Elites and State-Sponsored Murder
The new Netflix action movie is surprisingly shallow but still exhilarating
Are We Living Under a Kakistocracy: Government by the Worst?
If so, what should we do about it?
The Black Phone’s Christian Themes
The sleeper hit movie The Black Phone is a well crafted coming of age story within the horror genre
Constitutional Carry Saves Lives
'Good Samaritan' Elisjsha Dicken eliminated a mass shooter, and the mainstream media's gun control narrative
Who Really Needs a Definition of Recession?
Not business or households. It really only serves one interest.
What San Francisco Restaurant Laws Say About Progressivism
Why do some cities allow eateries to suffer under the weight of unhelpful regulations and lockdowns?