Freedom of speech and freedom of the press; these are all signs that a democratic government system is working as it should. But is it still a democracy if this is all taken away?
What happens when social media platforms get into politics? We take a look at what this means and how it will surely become a big 2020 election topic.
Sometimes the noise gets so loud that it is impossible to think clear and reasoned thoughts. In this ever-changing landscape, how should one invest? Here is John Top’s thoughts on the market.
We are at a pivotal moment in time where our fate lies in government hands. What the government does will determine our future. And right now, the costs are extremely high. Is this the end of democracy?
During these turbulent times in the market, when volatility reigns supreme, measuring time is virtually impossible. How do we set a “time-post” down from which we can get our bearings?
Sustainable economic harmony can not be achieved with political discord boiling away in the background. Here’s a grandpa’s tale of how two sides can work together.
This morning I was struck by a thunderbolt of “Libertarian clarity”. It all started with buying a cup of coffee from my local 7-11 store after a very early morning walk.
Napster Co-founder and Facebook’s first president Sean Parker takes Emily Chang on a tour through the Brody House, which he purchased from Ellen DeGeneres in 2014. Sean Parker sits down this Emily this Sunday on Studio 1.0 at 9 a.m U.S. West Coast time and 12 p.m. New York time.