Everyone Can Be a Mentor

Some mentors are involved in a formal partnership, like the one AFF provides, Boys & Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, etc.  But everyone is an informal mentor because younger

Generational Analysis Shows Libertarian Trends

Scholars sometimes debate whether Generation Y, or Millennials born roughly between 1978 and 2000, are a troubled, entitlement generation or a great, emerging generation.  Jean Twenge writes in “The Narcissism

Taxing the rich… for Tinker Bell?!

President Obama keeps proposing increased taxes on successful people. However, will those taxes go to constitutional activities or to propaganda for children? Our nation’s problems can’t be fixed by throwing

When “Freedom” is a Fig Leaf

A new book on the politics of the segregationist movement examines a tension between libertarianism and civil rights that continues today.   by Jordan Michael Smith Jason Morgan Ward Defending

Grand Illusion

Grand Illusion

by Charles Hughes Herman Cain and Rick Perry cast themselves as bold reformers, but wield flashy proposals only to evade the crucial political challenges at stake.   Facing a flagging

Go Forth and Prosper

  In Search of Civilization: Remaking a Tarnished Idea John Armstrong Graywolf Press, 2011, 208 pp., $24.00   By Peter Lopatin   As the subtitle of John Armstrong’s latest book