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- A Scientist Betrays His ProfessionBy Amanda MaxhamI love scientists. It’s not because of their socks and sandals, pocket protectors or their crazy hair. It’s their ruthless pursuit of the truth. Discussion is always welcome, constructive criticism even, because the most important thing to them is figuring out how the natural world works, in all of its intricacy and detail. They explain [...] […]Amanda Maxham
- Forcing Refiners To Harm ConsumersBy Doug AltnerIn Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand said that to force a man “to act against his own judgment, is like forcing him to act against his own sight.” This often happens with government regulations, especially when they force businessmen to take actions that are obviously destructive to their business and harmful to their customers. The Renewable [...]The p […]Doug Altner
- A Scientist Betrays His Profession
- To Be Born Poor Doesn’t Mean You’ll Always Be Poor 12 April 2013Success is a choice.Yaron Brook and Don Watkins
- To Be Born Poor Doesn’t Mean You’ll Always Be Poor 12 April 2013
- Drowning in a Liquidity Trap? 24 May 2013Bruce Bartlett recently lamented in The New York Times that given the current state of economic affairs we need more Keynesian medicine to fix the US economy. According to Bartlett, the core insight of Keynesian economics is that there are very special economic circumstances in which the general rules of economics don’t apply and are in fact counterproductiv […]
- Drowning in a Liquidity Trap? 24 May 2013
- Are You Indian Enough to Be Exempt from Obamacare? 24 May 2013Ilya Shapiro You can’t make this up: Obamacare exempts certain American Indians from the “choice” Americans will face as of January of buying health insurance or paying Chief Justice Roberts’s special tax. But apparently this is a far narrower category of people than those recognized as “Indian” under various state laws: The problem is so new that the federa […]Ilya Shapiro
- Are You Indian Enough to Be Exempt from Obamacare? 24 May 2013
- “Terminal State of Broken” 23 May 2013As markets continue to confound, it is useful to reflect on this quote from Jim Sinclair, particularly the last sentence: The world has taken on a “virtual reality” with no reference to what really is. This is the biggest market power play of smoke and mirrors in history. It is happening because the financial system is in [...]Monty Pelerin
- “Terminal State of Broken” 23 May 2013
Noam ChomskyThe United States is unusual among the industrial democracies in the rigidity of the system of ideological control - "indoctrination," we might say - exercised through the mass media.
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