Over Here, Over There

CANADA Kinks in the global supply chain have increased demand for goods, contributing, in turn, to some inflationary pressures on prices. Fortunately, many nations around the world have developed strategies to address this phenomenon. Canada supplies over 70% of the… Read More ›

Mad as Hell

In 1848, The Communist Manifesto produced the political slogan, “Workers of the World, Unite!” Unfortunately for labor unions, especially in the United States, these few words connected the dynamic existence of labor with the ultimate bogeyman of communism, a connotation… Read More ›

Immigration and Political Prosperity

Editors’ Note: Excerpted from The New York Times, January 10, 2020. By Robert Gebeloff Often lost in discussions of immigration is the simple, inescapable fact that the United States was founded as a nation of immigrants.  Only Native Americans have a… Read More ›

Trumpenkrieg 2.0

Editors’ Note: A version of this article was previously published by VoxFairfax one year ago. Many events have transpired in the interim to warrant another look at the political dynamics driving this administration. Little has changed except the intensity of the… Read More ›


Virginia Dare was the first reported child born to early English colonialists in Roanoke Colony (Lost Colony) on August 18, 1587, some three decades before the Jamestown settlement and the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to Virginia’s shores. In… Read More ›