Dennis Behreandt

This Day in History: Edison Demonstrates the Light Bulb

By Dennis Behreandt The now notorious ban of incandescent light bulbs, mandated by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, is about to make...

Why Blue Collar Workers Should Support Ron Paul

By Dennis Behreandt Blue collar workers, the foundation of the middle class in America, have long belonged, heart and soul, to the Democratic Party. I...

Defense Authorization Bill Still Savages the Constitution

By Dennis Behreandt Despite a tremendous, last-minute outcry from both sides of the political aisle, the U.S. Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act for...

Defense Authorization Bill To Allow Indefinite Military Detentions for Americans?

By Dennis Behreandt Update: The Senate has passed the defense authorization bill by a vote of 93-7. According to CNN, as passed the measure includes...

NASA Mission to Mars Underway

By Dennis Behreandt NASA has successfully launched the Mars Science Laboratory mission to Mars. According to the space agency, “liftoff came right on time on the...

German Official Chastises Britain Over Financial Transaction Tax

By Dennis Behreandt A German official has criticized the UK over its reluctance to accept a tax on financial transactions in order to prop up...

What George Washington REALLY Thought About the Constitution

By Dennis Behreandt Visitors to The Atlantic’s Website on November 1 were likely enticed by the prospect of learning from “Murrow Award winning legal analyst...

Steve Jobs and Al Davis: A Commitment To Excellence

By Dennis Behreandt In the past week the world lost two great leaders and visionaries in Steve Jobs and Al Davis. At first blush, there...

Dennis Behreandt: In Praise of Gridlock

By Dennis Behreandt According to conventional wisdom, the U.S. government’s legislative process is broken. What’s more, this opinion is held on both sides of the...

If You Sweat Too Much You Might Be a Terrorist

By Dennis Behreandt The New York Nightlife Association, in cooperation with the New York City Police Department, has issued the second edition of its Best...

A Decade Later: Now What?

By Dennis Behreandt Everyone who can has been pontificating on the meaning of 9/11 during the last week. Establishment types, led by the likes of...

Should Catholics Be Socialists?

By Dennis Behreandt Texas Governor Rick Perry’s entry into the ranks of Republican presidential contenders has raised questions about both his religious beliefs and, more...

The Riots Are About the Failure of Socialism

By Dennis Behreandt When riots broke out in London the overall narrative was that dissolute “youths” were engaging in an orgy of thievery and violence...

Creator of Video Game Doom Says Video Games Not Responsible for Violence

By Dennis Behreandt Deranged mass murderer Anders Breivik claimed to enjoy violent video games and wrote in his manifesto that playing those games was a...

Congressman Paul Ryan Sips Wine, Liberals Are Outraged

By Dennis Behreandt A liberal economist, dining out with her husband to celebrate her birthday recently at an upscale Washington, D.C. restaurant, spied Wisconsin Representative...

Space Shuttle Era At End, NASA’s Future in Doubt

By Dennis Behreandt As the shuttle Atlantis makes its final orbits, NASA too may be making its last orbits, potentially circling down the drain. America’s space...

U.S. House: American Manufacturing At Risk from NAT GAS Act

By Dennis Behreandt The basic utilitarian idea underlying the concept of free market economics is that through the action of individual actors buying and...

Ten-year Study Finds California Current an Oceanic Serengeti Plain

By Dennis Behreandt After ten years of tagging and tracking 23 of the Pacific Ocean’s top predators, the Census of Marine Life Tagging of...

U.S. Hits Debt Limit, Big Government at the Crossroads

By Dennis Behreandt Keynesians everywhere issued a collective gasp on May 16, 2011 as the United States government hit its debt limit. In a letter to...

Population or Bust: Two Views of the Future

By Dennis Behreandt Two diametrically opposed reports on the state of the world's resources have recently been published. One suggests that paradigm shift is...