Guerrilla Capitalism: A Lesson in (black) American History

By Matthew Thomas Published: May 5, 2022 Noon EST (4 minute read) Before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin. Parks and Colvin were the first women to oppose segregated seating on the city-owned bus line in Montgomery, Alabama. The maltreatment experienced by these women spawned a citywide, and then nationwide protest against the lack of […]

The End of Critical Thinking…

By Olivia Murray Published: January 11, 2022 Noon EST (3 minute read) In 1987, philosopher Dr. Allan Bloom wrote a book on a deviation occurring in academia, away from objectivism and towards relativism. It was called “The Closing of the American Mind.” He argued this shift began to undermine many things, but most notably the […]