“America needs a breakout movement, a new politics that is less about the Right versus the Left than about the future versus the past. It will require a new political language, new coalitions of pioneers and champions who understand the importance of breaking out, and new assertiveness in exposing the prison guards of the past.”
Economics is a subject that affects all of our daily lives, yet most people don’t recognize how much it impacts every decision we make. Most associate economics with money but in fact, it goes well beyond simple financial matters. Economics is the study of how people use resources. Resources can be financial, intellectual, physical, natural or even something as simple as time. Economics impacts every subject and every decision, whether you’re considering how to invest your savings or deciding whether you should exercise or watch television. The effect is universal; most people just don’t understand it.
The Forgotten Man by Amity Shlaes offers a striking interpretation of the Great Depression, rejecting the traditional emphasis on the New Deal and instead focusing on personal stories of individual Americans.
In Demonic, Ann Coulter covers over 200 years of history to add context to her argument that Liberals exhibit mob-like characteristics.
President Bill Clinton gives us his views on the challenges facing the United States today and why government matters—presenting his ideas on restoring economic growth, job creation, financial responsibility, resolving the mortgage crisis, and pursuing a strategy to get us “back in the future business.”
King Abdullah II of Jordan provides a personal perspective on the perpetual conflict in the Middle East.