This week – Constitution Week – I am reflecting on what was so intriguing to me about the American Founding and the Constitution.
Since the Industrial Revolution catalyzed the Labor Movement, workers have been tied to the 8 hour work day, expected to work diligently from “9 to 5.” However, recent trends suggest this structure may be shifting...
This is the fourth entry in a multi-part series on Capitalism Mythbusters.
It is becoming increasingly common for people to attribute the economic system of free exchange, also known as capitalism, with the erosion of community and civil society.
This is the third entry in a multi-part series on Capitalism Mythbusters.
In this post, I examine the myth that free markets negatively impact your health.
“It is impossible to introduce into society a greater change and a greater evil than this: the conversion of the law into an instrument of plunder.”
- Frédéric Bastiat
When we think of the state of North Dakota, we seldom imagine it as a modern-day Orwellian nanny-state, dripping with paternalistic policies created “in our best interest”. But just how paternalistic is our state...
Earlier this month, minimum wage hikes took effect in 18 states. Thankfully, North Dakota wasn’t one of them.
By the time you finish reading this post, I hope to convince you that ‘technology’ refers to an especially broad range of phenomenon...
The scientific study of happiness and well-being is relatively young. The field got its start as philosophers sought to discover what it meant to live a meaningful and virtuous life.