The headlines of the media on February 22 In today’s media, Chris Rufo thanks John Oliver for his ‘unwitting favour’ following critical monologue on race theory, Washington Post editorial board expresses support for federal list of d flight ban for passengers who disobey mask mandates, and NBC’s Beijing Olympics ratingsRead More →

Through Roger McKinneyContributor | Monday, February 14, 2022 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., speaks at the National Action Network convention in New York on Friday, April 5, 2019. | The Christian Post/Leonardo Blair Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y.) said in a recent interview that capitalism is irremediably bad: “So for me, capitalism atRead More →

When the Berlin Wall came down in November 1989, a cheer went up across the continent as it marked the end of communism in East Germany and Central Europe. This was followed in 1991 by the breakup of the former Soviet Union, with the Central Asian republics becoming sovereign states.Read More →

The Gallup Poll asks Americans about their attitudes toward capitalism and socialism on a semi-regular basis. Some recent findings are reported by Jeffrey M. Jones in “Socialism, Capitalism Ratings in US Unchanged” (December 26, 2021, based on a poll conducted in October 2021). This figure shows the share of AmericansRead More →

Breadcrumb Links PF comment William Watson: A substitute for “capitalism” is “flourishing”, which happens to societies when they adopt the capitalist approach Author of the article: William watson Photo by Photo Illustration by Gigi Suhanic / Financial Post Content of the article Capitalism has created more prosperity and progress forRead More →

My colleague Jeff Jones recently reviewed Gallup’s updated research on American public responses to the words “socialism” and “capitalism.” The new data shows little change in these attitudes from previous surveys, with 60% of Americans having a favorable view of capitalism (38% unfavorable) and 38% having a favorable image ofRead More →

Socialism and capitalism are on either side of a debate about which system is best for us humans. I’m here to set the record straight: they both stink. Take the costs. The enemies of capitalism will tell you that the profit incentive that drives it causes companies to care onlyRead More →

Last month, the Fraser Institute released its annual report Economic freedom of the world report. As usual, he showed that “economic freedom” is positively correlated with many good things and negatively correlated with many bad. Defenders of capitalism love the Fraser Institute. Libertarian philosopher Jason Brennan, for example, made extensiveRead More →

Studying socialism Ohio Wesleyan English Teacher to Discuss Karl Marx’s “English Utopia” on October 27 By Ohio Wesleyan University DELAWARE, Ohio – Mark Allison, Ph.D., professor at Ohio Wesleyan University, will discuss “Karl Marx’s English Utopia” when he presents the Benjamin T. Spencer 2021-2022 Lecture sponsored by the English DepartmentRead More →

When I reflect on the state of our society, I sometimes worry about how far we have advanced technically, but seemingly backwards in at least two areas: fundamental economic fairness and in our most difficult relationships, marriage. and the family. Comedian Bill Maher is right when he was interviewed byRead More →

The signals are clear. The Chinese seek to pivot to socialism with, well, socialist characteristics. Now that the risk-reward ratio in terms of the benefits of state-controlled capitalism ~ rather erroneously called “socialism with Chinese characteristics” ~ has tilted in favor of the former with growing inequalities, cronyism and theRead More →

“Imagine socialism” Ohio Wesleyan English Teacher’s First Book Explores Early Socialism Writings By Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio Wesleyan professor Mark A. Allison’s new book examines British socialist writing through the long 19th century – the century of socialism’s origin. (Cover image courtesy of Oxford University Press) DELAWARE, Ohio – TheRead More →

The most awaited HR economic model (next generation macro-economic system), was launched by PMOI Geneva recently, It envisaged a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal directors of the economy are challenged by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of HR Economics), by any economist. Subsequently various economists and journalists analyzeRead More →

The most anticipated HR business model (New Generation Macroeconomic System) was recently launched by WIPO in Geneva, it envisioned a supernatural incident. But never expected, that the cardinal principles of the economy are contested by Mr. Deepak Sharma (father of the economy of human resources), by any economist. Read alsoRead More →