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Born Unequal: Pondering The Natural Lottery

Born Unequal: Pondering The Natural Lottery

by Max Borders Paige Harden is a University of Texas-Austin behavioral geneticist who does not deny that inborn determinants of IQ can result in unequal social outcomes. Yet Harden considers herself a progressive. In certain quarters, reconciling hereditary dispositions with egalitarianism is a hard circle to square. So many on the progressive left simply deny the science […]

San Ramon, CA | Most Lucrative Firefighting Jobs In California

San Ramon, CA | Most Lucrative Firefighting Jobs In California

by BRANDON RISTOFF When you think about the best-paid gigs in the San Francisco Bay Area, you might be thinking of the tech industry. But check out firefighting in San Ramon, just east of the Silicon Valley.   In 2020, the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District —  which covers 155 square-miles in Contra Costa County and serves […]

Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Masters Plans To Tackle Big Tech’s ‘Predatory’ Business Practices

Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Masters Plans To Tackle Big Tech’s ‘Predatory’ Business Practices

AILAN EVANS Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters wants to break up Big Tech and ban their business practices he believes are harmful, arguing Republicans should “reacquaint themselves with their history of antitrust enforcement” in an interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation. “They’re just too big, and have too much power,” Masters said, referring to […]

The Inevitable Failure Of Socialism

The Inevitable Failure Of Socialism

by Donald J. Boudreaux Among the most important articles ever written in economics is Ludwig von Mises’s 1920 paper “Die Wirtschaftsrechnung im sozialistischen Gemeinwesen” – which is normally translated as “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth.” In this paper Mises argued that socialism will not only fail to achieve improved living standards for ordinary people, it […]

Congress Plans Votes On Debt Ceiling, Infrastructure, Abortion Ahead Of Extremely Consequential Month

Congress Plans Votes On Debt Ceiling, Infrastructure, Abortion Ahead Of Extremely Consequential Month

Andrew Trunsky Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Friday that the House would vote on a debt ceiling suspension and on the bipartisan infrastructure bill next week, even as Republicans vow to oppose raising the limit and Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget, which progressives have tied to the infrastructure package, faces numerous setbacks. Hoyer announced the votes […]

Biden’s Vax Mandate Could Collapse Trucking Supply Lines, Leading To Instant Shortages Of Food, Fuel And Medicines

Biden’s Vax Mandate Could Collapse Trucking Supply Lines, Leading To Instant Shortages Of Food, Fuel And Medicines

by: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) The Joe Biden regime continues to threaten the health, livelihood and freedom of Americans. Biden’s seditious vaccine mandates could collapse the trucking industry and threaten supply lines across the Nation. Approximately 3.5 million truckers have been traveling the nation since the beginning of the covid-19 scandal, shipping valuable food, construction, agricultural and […]

Small Business Group To Sue Biden Over Vaccine Mandate

Small Business Group To Sue Biden Over Vaccine Mandate

Thomas Catenacci  The Job Creators Network announced plans to sue the Biden administration over its mandate requiring private sector workers to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. The advocacy group said it would soon file a lawsuit alongside several of its small business members, according to a Thursday announcement. The Job Creators Network (JCN) argued the mandate would make hiring […]

Facebook Suspends Accounts Linked To German Anti-Lockdown Group

Facebook Suspends Accounts Linked To German Anti-Lockdown Group

by Ailan Evans Facebook removed a network of accounts linked to a German anti-lockdown movement, the company said Thursday as it announced a new initiative to combat “coordinated social harm.” The tech giant removed a network of Facebook and Instagram accounts, pages and groups and blocked domains linked to the Querdenken movement, a German anti-lockdown group, the […]

Ventura, Ca | Michael Tripp Named As Channel Islands Harbor Director

Ventura, Ca | Michael Tripp Named As Channel Islands Harbor Director

Ventura, CA – Michael Tripp has been named as the new Channel Islands Harbor Director. The appointment was made by County Executive Officer Mike Powers and follows a nationwide recruitment. “As Director, Michael will be working with his talented team at the Harbor to collaborate with our business partners to create a robust harbor economy, […]

Hating Landlords Misplaces The Blame

Hating Landlords Misplaces The Blame

by Gary Galles “No wonder people f—–g hate landlords.” That was what comedian Andy Richter tweeted (since-deleted). What caused that reaction? A landlord wanted six months advance rent on an apartment he was seeking for his son. However, that expletive reflects misunderstanding rather than justifiable derision, of a type I call greedy-bastard economics. In greedy-bastard […]