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by | Sep 9, 2020

America was developed by people with an incredible work ethic and a strong moral foundation. We became the greatest country in the…

by | Apr 18, 2020

When the future author of Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville, arrived in Newport harbor, New York, at eight o’clock…

by | Feb 1, 2020

This weekend, Britain regains its independence from membership in the European Union. After four long years of setbacks, frustrations, and…

by | Feb 20, 2018

We libertarian conservatives have by middle age read a multitude of books, pamphlets, and essays on entrepreneurship. I did not think there was much new that I could read. Yet my friend Bob Luddy has done it. He has written a book that tells me many things that I did not know about the challenges facing an entrepreneur, and that is because Bob is one of the wizards of the art. Then there is something more — he writes as a gifted writer should write. Every sentence that he writes has meaning and clarity. It is the rare businessman that can do that. Entrepreneurial Life: The Path From Startup to Market Leader is the best book on entrepreneurship that I know of. Every aspiring entrepreneur should read it and many an educator too, for Bob ends his book with hints for improving the country’s schools. After founding what has become the country’s largest commercial kitchen ventilation company, CaptiveAire, he founded a string of private schools on the principles that he developed at CaptiveAire.

by | Dec 20, 2017

Calvin Coolidge was the great successor of our Founders, maintaining many of their principles. He respected human dignity and Judeo-Christian traditions, he was courageous, and he practiced saying, “No.” He fostered a limited government that was stable and predictable. Ultimately, he understood and supported the freedom and the liberty to live, worship, and create as the foundations of prosperity and peace.

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