LIU econ professor Panos Mourdoukoutas thinks Amazon should replace public libraries to save taxpayers money. He’s wrong, and his essay is poorly reasoned and an embarrassment to economists everywhere.
Do you know the extent of the Trump White House turnover? As of this writing, 35 senior level staff have resigned or been fired. One has pled guilty in the Mueller investigation.
Activists turn “thoughts and prayers,” the gun lobby’s response to mass shootings, on its head in the wake of Parkland massacre.
February 19 is the anniversary of FDR’s executive order which led to internment of Japanese Americans, but bigotry was evident in 1923 Hollywood. Come along as I trace the provenance of a photograph from that era.
Before plastering the slogan “America First” across his budget request documents, in his inaugural address last year Donald Trump asserted: From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first. America first. It was not the first time Trump had used the phrase to describe his policy positions. I’m not isolationist, but I am “America […]
The 1973 TIME man of the year was Judge John Sirica, better known as the “Watergate judge.” Sirica refused to believe that Watergate burglars acted alone; his perseverance led to Nixon’s resignation.