Cullen Steffann

Cullen Steffann has 2 articles published.

Cullen is a contributing author and student who's finishing his Master's Degree in Economics. He has an ever-growing passion for economics, politics, and liberty, having been most heavily influenced by the works of Milton Friedman, Thomas Sowell, Walter E. Williams, and Frederic Bastiat among many others. Cullen's work has also been published in the Fordham Political Review.
Posted on in Economics/Politics

A Message to Congress: Repeal Obamacare, Then Get Out of the Way

The drama and tension surrounding the future of healthcare in the United States give House of Cards a run for its money. To say that the Affordable Care Act (ACA, nicknamed Obamacare) is falling apart would be a great understatement. Like many issues facing our country, the disaster that is the ACA is a clear example of misguided government intervention. While the recent tax cut legislation Congress passed repeals the individual mandate, Republicans in Congress should not even dare to think that they are now off the hook for their years of promising to repeal Obamacare once they regained control.… Keep Reading

Posted on in Culture/Philosophy

Marxism: The Unwavering, Cancerous Assault on Life, Liberty, and Individualism

Marxism is a cancer that has plagued societies across the globe in one form or another for well over a century, leaving behind a trail of death, destruction, and misery in the most appalling ways imaginable. The tyrants of the 20th century – Lenin, Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Che, and Castro among others – settled once and for all what happens when the Marxist ideology is unleashed upon the world. Rather than usher in the promised utopia, what occurred was nothing short of hell on earth. Sadly, we were wrong to think that this cancer had been eradicated. Instead,… Keep Reading

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