Halloween is a shadow of the holiday it used to be. I was born in 1959. When I was in my “Halloween prime” from, say, 6 to 13 years old, or from 1965-1972, Halloween was very different for the young. Back then Halloween was primarily a children’s and adolescent holiday. It was all about “trick or treat” and God help the poor sap that didn’t give out treats or have a good relationship with the neighborhood teenagers.
Venice to me represents the possibilities of capitalism. In it’s day, Venice was among the most beautiful, most cultured, wealthiest, most educated, and most cosmopolitan cities in the world… and it’s built on a swamp. The city rose from a desolate boggy lagoon during one of the most depressing periods of world history (the middle ages) to a powerful, world-class opulent city-state because of mercantilism.
It’s unfortunate many Libertarians can’t speak of concepts such as liberty and constitutionality in terms of degree rather than in
The part of immigration most Americans take issue with is the part where millions of foreign nationals cross our borders
This is a sad day for Augusta National, for men, and for personal freedom in America. The encroachment of women
Most people fall into three general categories, those who want to rule, those who want to follow, and those who
You heard it here first, in the next 10 years, the commuter automobile will become an iPhone accessory. Sound crazy?
Women are wired differently than men. Not better or worse, just different. Give a woman a choice and she will
I’ve been giving “the value of blogging” a lot of thought. After all, it takes a lot of time and
I’ve had a bad feeling about Facebook for a long time now, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on
The libertarian canon seems self-evident and John Stossel explains it as well as anyone. Why don’t more people “get it?”
Michele Bachmann was in the news today claiming the Muslim Brotherhood has “infiltrated the highest levels of US government,” including