After touting "green energy" as the solution to everything from climate change to economic recession, the Obama administration is facing the somewhat embarrassing failure of one of its pet projects: the solar energy start up Solyndra Inc.
While the failure of a solar energy company is
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Washington’s latest attempt to put a stop to economic success in the name of “fairness”
In an economy characterized by slow growth, one might expect the government to do what it can to help speed the pace of business. In economics, speed is crucial: the rate
The source of technology and prosperity—the free human mind—is unshackled only under capitalism
Would you give up the Internet for a million dollars? This was the question posed in a recent YouTube video distributed by The Fund for American Studies. Not surprisingly, many who were interviewed
We kickoff Capitalism Awareness Week tomorrow. We'll have a week of events through next Tuesday.
Visit our mini-site for more information.
On our main page, we'll be posting a number of different items related to our event.
The first is the headlining article from our last print edition,
Ten years after the horrific wounds he inflicted on the American people, Osama bin Laden is dead. His death brings a sense of closure to many eager to see justice served. With the most recognizable jihadist dead and gone, Americans have been prompted to reflect
Our Fall edition goes to press on Wednesday. Get your orders in by Tuesday, September 6th!
This semester's issue of The Undercurrent will focus on capitalism, to tie in with our upcoming event, Capitalism Awareness Week.
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