The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What’s Wrong With America by Nick Gillespie & Matt Welch

by August 15th, 2011 Politics » Culture » The Written Word »

I don’t wanna be a candidate for Vietnam or Watergate… Luckily, Reason writers Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch – they of the Free Minds, Free Markets persuasion – have co-written a new book which recognizes this preference, celebrating our modern world, one of competing luxuries and increasingly expressive and diverse individuals that have prevailed in […]

EconStories.tv – Keynes vs. Hayek

by August 13th, 2011 Culture » Film and TV » Politics »

EconStories.tv is the offspring of award winning video director John Papola and Russ Roberts professor of economics at George Mason University. I remember being skeptical when I saw a link to their first video, “Fear the Boom and Bust” an economic rap battle between John Maynard Keynes and F.A. Hayek, but after bopping through the […]

Ironclad Pet Project Logic – North American Man Unicorn Love Association

by August 13th, 2011 Politics » Creative » Witty Bit Eruptions »

It is an essential human right to have one’s own unicorn just as it is clearly an essential unicorn right to have one’s own human.

Case Studies in Indecency – The Burden of Proof is on the FCC

by June 27th, 2011 Culture » Politics » Society »

The Supreme Court of the United States has decided some interesting cases in the last year. Most recently came a decision that overturned a California law banning/fining sales of violent video games to minors, leaving the moral decision of such incidents to families rather than the all-knowing Oz. Bravo to SCOTUS for making the rational […]

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