People adapt to the new situation, staying safe while caring for the safety of others. It's order without top-down authority.
We laugh but also admire because we see ourselves in these pictures of failure.
To the cheers of alt-righters everywhere, those angry lords of the green frog meme who hurl edgy un-PC insults at everyone to their left, the Democratic nominee has put them on the map at long last.
Don’t people who aren’t privileged enough to live in the White House deserve the same second chance Malia Obama is getting?
The showcase was a welcome reprieve from the academic conferences, binary political conversations, and trendy cultural critiques to which I’m usually exposed. But, most importantly, it reminded me that ordinary, hardworking Americans are the arbiters of the free market, not government.
The promise of power consumes and corrupts her noble goals.
From the Great Chicago Fire to the Cajun Navy.
Problems occur when policymakers attempt to force development upon cities rather than letting local economies follow their natural courses. Intentionally raising the cost of living in some cities in order to chase innovators away to others is no way to approach economic policy.
While I know private companies have every right to do this, I still propose that they shouldn’t.
We once slept on the hard ground. Now we face unlimited mattress choices, and they keep improving.
The market — which means all of us in our roles as consumers and producers — should be left free to decide which commodities shall be selected as the most advantageous mediums of exchange.
“All these people talk about is themselves and how they are the solution for all Earthlings’ problems.”
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