Say “Neigh” to the New York City Horse Carriage Ban
During his campaign, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio promised to remove all horse carriages from the city within a week after taking office.
Déjà Vu: Why 2016 Will Be a Blast from the Past
Many pundits heralded the Republican Party’s collapse in 2012 as President Obama celebrated his reelection. Although these claims are probably overstated, the primary process
A Very Cold Winter Olympics
When he entered his hotel room in Sochi, journalist Kevin Bishop discovered that while his room lacked a floor, there was a highly-visible photo of
Perhaps The Startups Aren’t Failing
According to Harvard’s Shikhar Ghoush, approximately 75% of startups fail. And according to Statistic Brain’s study in 2014, about 63% of information related
Progressivism Kills: Detroit is not healthy for children and other living things
From National Review Online: There are many horrific stories to be told about the implosion of Detroit, once the nation’s most prosperous city, today
Is the Tea Party Really that Extreme?
Subconscious political bias, the underlying personal association with a political party due to desires to fit assumed party stereotypes, is more prevalent in America today
Anne Sweeney: A Lesson in Leadership
“Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live.” Anne Sweeney, the current
The Government Shutdown or the Government Showdown?
It’s a simple concept. When a business loses money, the owner makes cuts. Without reductions, the business will usually accumulate debt and face the