Morgan Krepp

Morgan Krepp

Morgan Krepp, HB, Mr. Aparicio, Period 3. A quarter of our population strives to go to the gym each day. It is said that working out results in a happier and healthier lifestyle, which continues to raise the question–can we work the same amount by getting more or less out of it? What if I … Continue reading

Denmark as Aristotle’s Utopia

Denmark as Aristotle’s Utopia

Martina Ashby “Money can’t buy happiness” is a phrase which almost everyone has heard at some point in their life. This message, whether or not you consider it to be accurate, is a testament to humanity’s increasing realization that the achievement of happiness may be perceived subjectively. The ranking of countries’ happiness has gained some … Continue reading

Marx vs Von Mises On Private Property: How it Could Have Affected Alfie Evans

Marx vs Von Mises On Private Property: How it Could Have Affected Alfie Evans

  By: Maria Munoz The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx, states Marx’s vision of a classless society. The abolishment of private property is one thing, of many, that The Communist Manifesto claims is necessary for this goal. Marx claims, “property… is based on the antagonism of capital and wage labor” which refers to the business … Continue reading