Latest Stories

Popular Reviews

More to Read

National Fear

National Fear

Fear over individual matters can sometimes be a sign of concern or care. But when it rises to the national level, it becomes dangerous.
Fake News

Fake News, Fake Conclusions

People complain about fake news, and rightly so. But there's another fake thing that's even worse.
Partial Information

Surviving in a World of Partial Information

Much of what passes today for in-depth analysis is merely partial information based on rough extrapolations and hearsay. Yet we still trust it.
Joseph Warren

The Patriot Who Could Have Replaced Jefferson

Jefferson is rightly lauded as the author of the Declaration of Independence. If he had lived long enough, Joseph Warren of Massachusetts would have been a worthy alternate to craft the document.
National Endowment for the Arts

The National Endowment for the Arts Must Die

Art is an important part of the human experience, too important to leave in the hands of the federal government.
How to be Created Equal

How to be Created Equal

America's Declaration of Independence says that "all men are created equal." It's a very different form of equality from the one we insist on today.
Power: Not Just for Monarchs

Power: It’s Not Just for Monarchs Anymore

Many Americans today believe that a large, centralized goverment is the best way to protect our rights. The Founders disagreed.
Succumbing to our Fears

Succumbing to our Fears

The early twentieth century was a fearful time, filled with violence, starvation, oppression, pestilence, and turmoil. We survived it all. But what about now?
Our Advertisers
Start-to-Finish Visual C# 2015
Facebook
Twitter
RSS
Email

Software Development Corner

VSM: Tricks with Goto in Visual Basic and C#

Goto has a poor reputation in many programming languages, but it doesn't help when Visual Basic and C# don't agree on its use.