An online gambling website based in Antigua may wind up responsible for one of the greatest fights in intellectual property rights ever. Who would you bet on?
Are cigarette taxes a great new way to fund healthcare for poor kids, or will it wind up hurting the poor anyway?
This potential presidential candidate needs to learn that there’s already a reward for good behavior — it’s called success.
If the government is acting like our parents, why not rebel?
ABC News anchorman Terry Moran’s recent remarks on the Duke rape case make Don Imus look like a racially sensitive civil rights activist.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest keeps trying to scare us away from food, but even talking about it makes us hungry.
The rich are getting richer, but then again, so are the poor.
Economic populism is hardly new. First emerging amidst the collapse of America’s agricultural market during the 1870s, its proponents pushed for collective action among individual farmers to raise the price of agricultural products. That crusade soon resulted in a political movement that achieved widespread popularity, and the Populist party was born.
The recent federal crackdown on online gambling and pornorgraphy doesn’t apply to big American companies that profit from offline vice.
Are the loudest culture warriors using pro-life rhetoric as a veil for the regulation of sex?
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Kathlyn Ehl
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Jacob Hayutin