They are a counterculture that rebels through capitalism.
Socialism takes away the liberty to decide how you wish to spend your money; it presupposes you are not smart enough to decide what you need.
Many wealthy Americans believe that dysfunctional behavior causes poverty.
The cards are stacked against us, at every turn, in so many insidious ways.
Long lines, crying children, exhausted parents.
Charity is more often than not, an entirely selfish endeavor.
Last Saturday, fast-food workers held a convention in Villa Park, Illinois whereby they voted to unionize and collectively demand a $15 per hour wage.
Keep hope alive, short people—there’s a light at the top of the tunnel.
One person (me) bitching won’t do much, but millions of us sticking together to fight a cause will.
You’ve Got Mail (1998) cost $65,000,000 to make and made $250,821,495 at the box office, which is a profit of $185,821,495.