Policies, Not Parties

Policies, Not Parties

For those who are disillusioned, disenfranchised, and dissatisfied with political party labels, I hear you – and this is my story. My name is Meghan and I am recovering from party labels. As a young, starry-eyed, recent college graduate, I was convinced that the only...
Personalizing the Fight for Freedom

Personalizing the Fight for Freedom

Why do you fight for economic freedom? Is it so you can pass your values on to your children and grandchildren? Is it because you want to protect a free enterprise system that encourages entrepreneurship and innovation? Or is it so you can make a difference in your...
Using Words That Work

Using Words That Work

Over the past ten years, Dr. Frank Luntz has become a staple in American political culture.  Anyone watching cable news or flipping through Facebook is hard-pressed not to find Luntz in actively analyzing the language of politicians or their commercials.  Gaining most...
A Closer Look: Healthcare

A Closer Look: Healthcare

The Issue: Focusing the healthcare debate around insurance coverage is like playing baseball with a frisbee; it completely misses the point. The real problem with health care in the United States is runaway costs. There are a variety of factors at play that...
In 400 Words: The Road to Serfdom

In 400 Words: The Road to Serfdom

In 1944, Nobel Prize winning economist, Friedrich von Hayek, wrote the influential book, The Road to Serfdom. It highlighted the dangers of tyranny and loss of individual rights that inevitably takes place when the government solely represents economic decision-making...