Tag: freedom

  • The Perils of Modern Revolution

    The Perils of Modern Revolution

    Amid a pandemic of unprecedented proportions, U.S. cities like Portland, Chicago, New York, Atlanta, and Seattle have sweltered in the summer heat and raged with flames. Passions have run wild in the streets, with buildings and businesses torched, and statues torn down by mobs intent on vigilante justice. In fact, “social justice” has risen from…

  • Let’s get real about N.C.’s alcohol laws (including the drinking age)

    Let’s get real about N.C.’s alcohol laws (including the drinking age)

    North Carolina can no longer afford its Temperance-era alcohol laws. Across the state, a new generation of beer entrepreneurs are giving the Tar Heel State some much needed pride. Worth over $1.2 billion, our craft beer industry is boosting North Carolina’s position as the fastest-growing economy in the Southeast. But if we want to expand…

  • The Stateless Man: As Europe Centralizes Power, Catalonia Yearns to Break Free

    By Yaël Ossowski | The Stateless Man “Catalunya no és Espanya.” More than just a slogan, it’s become a rallying cry for the nearly 7.5 million Catalans who wish to demonstrate to the world that their culture, history, and language are far removed from the traditional concept of Spain. As a recent visitor to the city of…

  • Giving Thanks for the TSA This Holiday Season

    As Thanksgiving holiday approaches, Americans across the continent are preparing for quaint family gatherings, mountains of extra calories, and thousands of miles of long-distance travel. If the events of the past year are any indication, they should also prepare for the cold, unforgiving blue-latex hands of Transportation Security Administration agents. According to the Air Transport…