John Gustavsson explains why unlimited immigration, what is currently seen in Western Europe and in the United States, has a negative impact on the economy.
Marx viewed religion as something negative to get rid off, and his followers certainly tried their best, criminalizing religion and killing millions.
John Gustavsson: It makes no sense for Catalonia, a region with a strong sense of work ethic, to remain part of a country most famous for taking naps.
Gustavsson: Members of Congress cuddle with Wall Street that largely controls K street. That is why I support a 12 million annual salary for congressmen.
John Gustavsson shares four things that conservatives need to understand about economics and about economic policy heading towards the 2016 elections.
John Gustavsson: Conservatism started off as an intellectual movement, and it is only as an intellectual movement that it can possibly succeed.
John Gustavsson: The political establishment will have to see that while neutrality may have served Sweden in the past, today you need friends to survive.
John Gustavsson: The only way to protect democracy is by limiting immigration to those who accept not only our TV sets, but our TV programs as well.
John Gustavsson refutes one of the most common arguments in favor of mass immigration in Sweden: that immigrants are needed to save the welfare state.
Sadly, just like kidnappers do not suddenly start to like their victims just because they develop Stockholm syndrome neither will terrorists with Swedes.
John Gustavsson, a current grad student in Ireland, shares his thoughts on the Irish referendum on gay marriage that will be held tomorrow.
John Gustavsson, an economics graduate, refutes the economic claims in favor of the UK remaining in the EU and explains why the UK is better off out
Swedes are going to start asking questions like why the country gives asylum to seven times as many refugees every year as the average European country.
John Gustavsson shares four ways Eurosceptics can convince British voters to leave the European Union in the upcoming referendum.
John Gustavsson: I am a nationalist. More specifically, when people ask about my ideology I tell them I’m a national conservative.
The social conservative voting bloc in 2016 has the potential to be splintered. John Gustavsson offers three criteria voters should use to choose.