Civil Discourse: A Foundation for Liberty

Civil discourse generally exists as a conversation on an interpersonal and national scale aimed at discovering ethical and practical solutions in politics. The phrase “we don’t have much of it in America” provides a simpler, if exaggerated definition. Despite the hyperbole, a brief look at Election 2016 lends credit to the idea. This national trend…

The “Age of Milton Friedman”: an Era of Free Market Reform and its Lessons for the Future

Defending the free market is difficult in a day and age where millions of Americans are turning against the ideals of economic liberalization. A recent Pew Research poll shows that just 43% of Americans feel unrestricted and globalized markets benefit their families. As David Frum notes, “pluralities of Americans believe that free [enterprise] slows economic…