Millennials may talk the socialist talk, but this look at the evidence shows they also walk a rather capitalist walk.
Only in freedom do people have the ability to be good, but can freedom itself teach us what “goodness” means?
Capitalism—stronger than any border wall or immigration ban—remains a resilient and deeply American system.
In my mind, then, Castro is a lot like the minimum wage: something we must stubbornly decry even though there are far greater ills in the world.
Recycling is one example of an action that we take in the present to benefit a group in the future.
An astonishingly high percentage of millennials do not know who communist leaders like Mao Zedong and Vladimir Lenin were.