This week: Education, Labor, Animals, Economics, and Cities!
Beware the Google. (I’m just kidding! I love Google! Please don’t stop sending us traffic.)
The political right and left believe they are not welcomed at our universities. That doesn’t mean we need to treat all demands on higher education seriously.
This week: Religion, Food, Sports, Education, Health, and Economics!
Money coming, money going…
Happy Memorial Day!
Is capitalism ruining everything?
Focus, people, focus.
This Week: Crime, Economics, Marriage, Breeding, Nature, and Education!
To earn, you gotta learn. Also, maybe, relocate and/or get an education.
This Week: Cities, Wildlife, Transportation, and Money! (#202)
Will Georgia and South Carolina ever get their new nuclear reactors?
The fact that I’m on 200 means that I have been doing this for almost four years? Wow.
This week: Economics, Babies, Health, Technology, Education, and Religion!
This Week: Economics, Education, Europe, Creatures, and the Law!
In the wake of Brexit, many Millennials blamed Baby Boomers for ruining their futures. Is the same true in the U.S.?
The Self, others, body markings, and more!
Smaller government can’t be the sine qua non of the politics of freedom in a Wagner’s Law world.
Why on Earth might someone actually support Donald Trump? Derek Stanley offers up his reasons.
Clowns, witches, scientists, doctors, preachers, and other things that go bump in the night.
Crime in the City may be bad for your Health and the local Economy, but it’s also Educational.
Money, money, money
More Thiel, shuttering factories, and barber shops
This week: Crime, Transportation, Resources, Cities, Economics, and Television!
This week! Economics, Violence, Gender, Cities, Entertainment, and History!
This week! Family, Economics, Health, Education, Cities, and Asia!
Shrooms and Rockefellers.
Post hoc, ergo propter hoc.
This essay is about reading gay porn before class. And it resurrects an Ideological Outrage Of The Day from 2012. And a graphic novel. And striking out romantically. And Richard Dawkins.
World governance is something no serious thinker would today endorse. This is unfortunate, because world government is the only hope for the long-term survival of the human race.
I used to think Target was way cooler than it’s rival Walmart. I don’t think that way anymore.
It’s not news that adjunct professors don’t get paid a lot. But it is at least remarkable when life imitates Breaking Bad.
Hernando de Soto’s The Other Path illustrates how private transit services served the public’s needs and turned a profit.
Linky Friday: categories this week are sports and culture, art and nature, economics and politics, and war and peace.
Do you have a right to a product that must be provided to you through governmental coercion?