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Student-loan debt has been shown to have a relatively modest impact on marriage rates and almost no effect on borrowers’ ability to have children.
Washington must invest immediately in a domestic capacity to build and repair military hardware.
What should the next trading system be? Can we restore the capacity of the U.S. to produce—and of all nations to regulate capitalism?
American Moment President Saurabh Sharma talks to Nick about his background, our theory of change, our mission, and the future.
A conservative push to expand federal benefits as abortion access dwindles is running into the usual buzzsaw of GOP opposition to social spending.
As Western nations question the benefits of globalization, China has become the world’s leading globalizer.
America swapped innovation for stagnation. Defense R&D—a cornerstone of American industrial policy—is synonymous with declining state capacity.
Paige Willey joins Moment of Truth to talk Joe Biden’s immigration policy, dysfunctions of globalism, the public health bureaucracy, and much more. WATCH NOW!
A strategy of détente with Russia and China would buy the United States time to rebuild its technological and military capabilities, writes David P. Goldman.
The Federal Reserve recently began shrinking its massive balance sheet, unwinding trillions of dollars worth of bond purchases that it started making during the depths effort to offset the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore joins Moment of Truth to talk woke “ESG” (Environmental, Social, and Governance) policies on the American economy, standing up to big banks, and more!
Our elites’ culture war has targeted the very Americans who traditionally enlist, says Jeff Groom in Spectator World.
Mohammed Soliman writes on the impact of the Abraham Accords in The National Interest.
Erin Hawley, Senior Counsel at the Alliance Defending Freedom, joins Moment of Truth to talk the ADF’s role in overturning Roe v. Wade, the implications of Dobbs, and the future of the pro-life movement!
The U.S., with its relatively isolated geography, promising demographics, and simpler supply chains, is well-positioned to not only weather the storm, but come out on top within the next few decades, argues geopolitical analyst Peter Zeihan.
The U.S. supply chain for advanced chips is at risk without concerted government action.
There are signs of a major reorientation toward an economic policy framework that is rooted in production, work, and localism instead of finance, consumerism, and globalism. It might just turn into a new policy model that captures imaginations across the political spectrum.
In the final moments of Sir Kenneth Clark’s wonderful late 1960s documentary series on Western Civilization and art history, he reminds us why it is so important to preserve and be grateful for The West’s history, innovation, and beauty.
Michael Stumo talks trade, Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ plan, industrial policy, and bringing jobs back home on the latest Moment of Truth podcast.
Ownership, use, and governance on the medieval manor and today.
Many of the economic policy disasters of the last generation are easy to understand, once you realize that American policymakers continue to be guided by the superseded lessons of Econ 101, in the age of transnational supply chains, increasing-returns manufacturing, network-effects platforms and continental and global companies with hundreds of thousands of employees.
Marshall Kosloff interviews journalist Christopher Leonard to better understand the role played by the Fed in causing runaway inflation.
Josh Craddock breaks down the Dobbs decision, its impact on abortion, and the future of the pro-life movement.
Back of the Hiring Line: A 200-year history of immigration surges, employer bias, and depression of Black wealth by Roy Beck is a grand sweep of the little-told stories of the struggles of freed slaves and their descendants to climb job ladders in the eras of Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, A. Philip Randolph, Barbara Jordan, and other African American leaders who advocated tight-labor migration policies.
Like a stunned adolescent whose reckless incompetence totaled the family car, the Left seems shocked that America proved so fragile after all.
In this documentary, six law professors discuss how and why Roe v. Wade made it to the Supreme Court, the legal foundations for the case, and its impact on the American legal system.
Are we at war in Ukraine? If we swapped places — if Russian apparatchiks admitted helping to kill American generals or sink a U.S. Navy vessel — I doubt we’d find much ambiguity there.
Unlike college for all, preparing young people to build decent lives is something our schools could actually achieve, if we tell them to try.
Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC) joins Moment of Truth to talk foreign policy, Ukraine and Russia, immigration, fighting transgender ideology, and more
The H-1B visa program is designed to displace American workers and facilitate the exploitation of cheap foreign labor. Big companies and their lobbyists in Washington have long sold the program as a necessity in order to maintain labor supply and a “modern” workforce.
Following the hysterical herd has gotten us in this mess. Now is the time to try something else.
James Poulos joins Moment of Truth to discuss his book “Human, Forever,” Christianity, technology, silicon valley, and more.
“How war in Ukraine conflict is creating a global humanitarian crisis,” writes Adam Korzeniewski in Muzzle Velocity.
On the immigration hawk’s 95th birthday, as unlimited immigration has become an immutable value of the Left, let’s remember it wasn’t always this way.
“There is a sense that, on everything from housing to schools, San Francisco has lost the plot—that progressive leaders here have been LARPing left-wing values instead of working to create a livable city. And many San Franciscans have had enough,” writes Nellie Bowles.
Jeremy Carl joins Moment of Truth to discuss mass immigration and its effect on American culture, technology, silicon valley, and environmental policy.
Chinese guidance funds involve subsidies to industry through equity investments; unlike direct subsidies, they incorporate some market involvement. Guidance funds also demonstrate China’s ambitions to surpass the United States in advanced technology.
The United States appears to have forgotten that aggressive intentions are not the only ways that wars begin. Conflicts can also arise from the workings of the security dilemma, when measures meant to deter aggression and defend the security of one state are perceived as threatening by another.
Many contemporary economic debates remain grounded in older models of firm competition. But today’s economy is largely characterized by market-feedback-induced consensus among firms that reflects the priorities of asset managers and the interests of asset owners. Recognition of this fact is the first step toward a better understanding of today’s capitalism and toward policies that address its key weaknesses, particularly incentives against competitive investment in many industries.
Anthony Sabatini joins Moment of Truth to talk Governor Ron DeSantis, fighting back against Disney, and much more.
“What is the hegemonic threat potential of a great power across a continent that cannot provide air cover to its massacred battalions over a pontoon bridge, much less total air supremacy over a theatre of war?”
In the past few months: Disney paused political donations, Exxon banned BLM flags, Fortune 500 companies were silent on Roe, Netflix fired 150 activist employees, and State Farm abandoned its “LGBT books for kids” program. Is Woke Capital having second thoughts?
Kevin Roberts, President of The Heritage Foundation, joins Moment of Truth to discuss a renewed conservative agenda, foreign policy, and economic policies that help everyday Americans.
Alexander Gabuev explores whether or not the United States has played a role in driving together Russia and China.
“With both agriculture and monumental construction much older than what was thought before, we should likely rethink the origins of urban life as well.”
Yale’s administration has grown rapidly, which some professors say negatively impacts faculty and students,” writes Philip Mousavizadeh for the Yale Daily News.
Yoram Hazony joins Moment of Truth to talk about his new book, ‘Conservatism: A Rediscovery,’ restoring Faith in the West, and the importance of leading personally conservative lives.
David P. Goldman, a Washington Fellow at The Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life, discusses China’s grand strategy and the fourth industrial revolution.
There is nothing conservative about atomisation, writes Yoram Hazony.
Western sanctions may accelerate Russia’s economic integration with Asia, writes Samo Burja in City Journal.