Guns & Politics: The Historical Behavior Of Those That Think They Deserve Income Equality

Guns and Gear | Susan Smith

“Card-carrying members of the revolution, are the last to recognize the damage that results from their use of class envy to foment hatred, chaos and havoc”

Is Right About The Middle Class, But Her Ideas Would Make It Worse

Opinion | Milton Ezrati
Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee member Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) questions Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 10, 2014 in Washington, DC. Cordray was delivering the CFPB semi-annual report. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

More government favoritism would just tilt the playing field more.

Is Inequality Worth Fixing?

Opinion | Jim Huffman

Would you really want to get rid of the incentives that create innovative companies, and MLB sluggers?

Report: Thomas Piketty 'Cherry Picked' Data In His Book Critiquing Capitalism

Business | Breanna Deutsch

It’s full of ‘mistakes and unexplained entries’

Equality! DOJ says boys' baseball field is nicer than girls' field, must die

Education | Robby Soave

‘I can’t believe we are tearing something down as opposed to building something’

President Obama is Mister Inequality

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

‘Never before was so much said by so few that was so hurtful to so many.’

Fed's QE policy imposes $360 billion tax on savers

Business | Neil Munro

The tax creates multi-trillion-dollar stimulus, fattening Wall Street and hastening inequality

World's worst librarian wants nine-year-old kid to stop winning reading contests

Education | Eric Owens

‘Other kids quit because they can’t keep up’

A tale of inequality in the rainforest

Editorial | Max Borders

In honor of Milton Friedman on what would be his 100th birthday.

Freedom vs. fairness: Will America succumb to the politics of envy?

Opinion | Andrew Wilson

There is a new obsession in American political life — a rising concern over the issue of “fairness.” But how fair is “fair”?

The inequality myth

Opinion | James Poulos

America’s inequality isn’t measured in income. It’s measured in independence.