Jeff Bezos’s Beautiful Defense of American Entrepreneurialism
Jon Hersey August 5, 2020
I dare you to read—without shedding a tear of joy—Jeff Bezos's July 29 statement before a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee on Antitrust.
Arts & Culture
Raise a Glass of Trader José’s in Support of this ‘Fearless Flyer’
Jon Hersey July 31, 2020
Those who oppose the irrational trend of finding offense in everything should applaud Trader Joe’s—and celebrate with some ice-cold Trader José’s Mexican-style lager.
History, Philosophy, Reviews
Heroes, Legends, Champions: Why Heroism Matters by Andrew Bernstein
Elliott Hill July 31, 2020
If you appreciate man at his best, read this book. You’ll not only enjoy heroes more deeply, you’ll be better equipped to emulate them, too.
Economics, Politics & Rights, Reviews
Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire by Rebecca Henderson
Eric Daniels July 23, 2020
Although Henderson promises to demonstrate how a “reimagined capitalism” might “rescue a world on fire,” her book does not correctly identify capitalism, never mind reimagine it.
Education & Parenting
Kyle Steele on VanDamme Academy’s Response to COVID-19
Tim White July 3, 2020
At VDA, one of the biggest factors influencing student motivation is the fact that the teachers we hire genuinely value the subjects they teach. Our teachers understand why math, grammar, and history are valuable to any human being, regardless of what the future holds.
Politics & Rights
Britain and All Western Countries Should Support Hong Kong’s Struggle to Escape Chinese Oppression
Thomas Walker June 26, 2020
It is in the interests of all who value freedom for governments around the world to open their doors to the people of Hong Kong. We must send a message to China that authoritarianism is profoundly evil and its expansion will not go unchallenged.