Material economy workers are realizing the real economic power they wield delivering vital goods such as fuel, food and manufactured goods, and are leveraging that power to demand a better future.
Today’s climate activists resemble nothing so much as a fundamentalist religious movement, with carbon the new devil’s spawn. But dogmatic environmental is likely reduce living standards in the West and around the world.
Ineffective public policy, soaring costs of living, and a declining quality of life amid rising crime are resulting in the fall of Los Angeles as major employers leave the city and take jobs with them.
Among the most serious threats to democracy we face is political violence that is largely the result of changing class dynamics, most notably the increasingly perilous state of the yeoman middle class.
There are dark days ahead for the Jewish diaspora as anti-semitism and racial animus gains influence politically, not just on the far right but also on the ‘progressive’ left.
With NASA locked in bureaucracy, momentum has shifted to private industry, which increasingly dominates the burgeoning space industry.
by Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky — Can space save earth? In space we may find solutions to some of our most pressing problems, including a workable energy strategy and access to the precious minerals needed to sustain our prosperity.
Electric car mandates are the latest frontier of war on the middle class, as low- and middle-income drivers can’t afford pricey electric cars.
The Democrats’ green agenda is hurting Californians, as the state’s climate policies are a key reason for its inability to meet growing energy demands.
Gavin Newsom’s presidential prospects are better than conservatives tend to think: rather than being a progressive windup doll, the 54-year-old is a skilled political opportunist who has governed as a fiscal conservative and a social liberal.