When the U.S. assumed the PAX, it assumed responsibility for global order, but for how long? Just how deeply entangled should America be in the world’s affairs? What alternatives are there to being the world’s policemen? Is there really a downside to retreat? And in the absence of the U.S., how might global order be maintained – or decimated? In a companion documentary to America in Retreat by Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Bret Stephens, Free To Choose Executive Editor and Cato Senior Fellow Johan Norberg examines the questions facing a nation leaning back toward isolationism.
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Last week we dipped our toes in the waters of school choice and school vouchers. Now, let’s put our hesitations aside and dive right in, because just like Mr. Dylan said, “The times they are a changin.” If all goes as planned, our new secretary of education will be implementing school choice in every state in America, not just her home state of Michigan. And still it’s not the idea of implementing school choice or school vouchers that seem to keep a dark cloud looming over the American people but more the idea of this system not being properly executed. School …
There are differences in intelligence between nations and groups and they are based on genetic differences. Just look at the gap in IQ scores between ethnic groups in America. Dead Wrong. Find out why intelligence levels are not necessarily set in stone as Free To Choose Media Executive Editor and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Johan Norberg explains.
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