June 12, 2017
By Christopher Chantrill
A couple of weeks ago, John O’Sullivan was confidently writing about the British Conservative Party finally getting it all together, and uniting the three strands of Toryism — the economic freedom and enterprise of Thatcher, the nationalism of Churchill and Disraeli, and the skepticism of Peel and Lord Salisbury — into a real political force at last. And I wrote approvingly of this prospect on my blog.
Well, so much for that. After the British General Election on June 8, we are being taught that Corbyn’s leftism is in the driver’s seat, powered by the enthusiasm of Millennials. Continue reading “The Pied Pipers of the Millennials”
By Richard Winchester October 28, 2016
(The comments in blue are mine)
When sizable portions of a people forget their history, they risk losing contact with their nation’s essence, what its best qualities are, and where it ought to be headed. They may soon cease to inhabit an independent political entity. Continue reading “The Cost of Historical Amnesia in America”
Timothy Doescher / Lillian Wolfensohn / August 10, 2016 / 44 comments
Because of Obamacare, young people have seen up to a 44 percent increase in premiums.
For many millennials, the fear of entering the “real world” is looming. We are preparing to face the financial challenges, often feeling like we are starting the trek up Mount Everest. Continue reading “The Truth About Obamacare for Millennials”