The Art of the Trade War

The Art of the Trade War By Patrick Martin Since 1975, The United States has had the highest trade deficit in the world. In 2017, the amount of the deficit was $566 billion.[1] This means that the U.S. imports more goods than it exports. In some cases, the U.S. no [...]

Janus v AFSCME

The Nation Follows Florida’s Right-To-Work Lead By: Connor James Florida led the way, and the nation has finally followed. On June 27, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision that prevents public sector unions from forcing non-union workers to pay fees if they choose not to.[i] The decision also [...]

South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. By Vittorio Nastasi The advent of the internet and the modern digital age has been a catalyst for innovation and exchange across the world. Consumers have access to a wider variety of goods at a lower cost than ever before, and for the first time, [...]

Photo of the Week: On June 23, 1938, Marineland Opened as Marine Studios

Title: Marineland Location: Marineland, Florida Date of Photograph: 1990 Photographer: John Margolies Credit: John Margolies, Library of Congress Interesting Facts About Marineland Around 30,000 people attended Marine Studios on its opening day in 1938. The park’s founders were lIia Tolstoy, Douglas Burden, and C.V. Whitney. The founders were also developers. Indeed, [...]

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