Ibn Khaldun was a prominent 14th-century historian famous for being the precursor or even founder, according to some historians, of the social sciences.
Sanders’ frontrunner status is a symptom of the devolution of the Democratic Party. Collective action problems could produce Sanders 2020 just like they did Trump 2016.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 addressed injustices that African Americans had long endured, but it did not fully erase the legacy of slavery and Jim Crow.
Hailed at his passing as “the most successful one-term president in the nation’s history,” George H.W. Bush has a far better claim to being the most destructive.
Why do we demonize those with whom we disagree?
To discover everything wrong with the Gipper, we have to challenge myths from all sides.
Some politicians seem authentic on social media & others completely miss the mark. Should political advertising on social media be regulated?
Rob Schenck joins us to discuss how his career in the evangelical world morphed into continued political engagement.
The link between American gun culture and white supremacy undermines conservative arguments for gun rights—but not classical liberal arguments.
An emphasis on decentralization unites radicals on left and right in American politics, while moderates support central power.
Hentoff decrys that the growing lack of understanding among Americans with regards to the First Amendment leads to the abuse of rights.
Barry Goldwater’s stark commitment to a platform of freedom and limited government helped to realign public opinion in support of economic conservatism.
The 1980 Libertarian party presidential candidate, Ed Clark is a public figure for the libertarian movement who played an important role popularizing it.
Supporters of decentralism argue that central concentration of power threatens liberty and prefer decision-making power to be diffused on a local level.
Tax competition occurs when governments adopt more attractive tax policies to attract people to live and do business within their borders.
Following his departure from office, Ronald Reagan was marginalized thanks to liberal biases that dominate the teaching of American history.