Capitalism

A Banner Year for the Fight Against ESG

Across the country, state financial officers pushed back against the ESG agenda in 2022.

Household Wealth Optimism Collapses, Global Survey Shows

Barely two in five people believe their families will be better off in the future, according to a regular global survey that also identified growing levels of distrust in institutions among low-income households.

Charity and Capitalism Are Better Than Government

It's the season for giving.

Yale Prof Takes Swipe at Capitalism

Professor Laurie Santos at Yale University warns that capitalism and the pursuit of material possessions and success cause anxiety in students and suggests that religion, spirituality, and positive actions such as meditation and volunteering promote lasting happiness.

Blackrock to Take Zelensky’s Panhandling Act to the Next Level

Blackrock is the world’s largest asset management and investment firm.

Christmas Under Attack by Parents, Media

Parents, media and entertainment figures are criticizing many of the classic traditions behind Christmas.

Does ESG Violate America’s Antitrust Laws?

Over the past few years, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics have become ubiquitous among the biggest Wall Street investment firms and Fortune 500 companies.

Biden Won’t Visit Southern Border Because There Are ‘More Important Things Going On,’ As Crossings Expected to Reach 2.6 Million Next Year

The last time that Biden visited the southern border was when he drove by it in 2008 as vice president.

Thanksgiving Lessons

Thursday, if you eat a nice meal, thank the Pilgrims. They made Thanksgiving possible.

How to Refute the White House’s Thanksgiving ‘Talking Points’ Memo

The White House on Wednesday published a list of Thanksgiving "talking points" to be shared around the dinner table this holiday. White House chief of...

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