First, let me thank Matt for inviting me to guest blog this week. I know many of the bloggers here and am a big fan of their work. I also love this blog – both the idea and the execution. And it’s a special treat for me to be among the philosophers and make some […]
Right to Work legislation is in the news again, as New Hampshire Republicans fail to round up sufficient votes to become the 23rd state to enact such legislation. Over at the Washington Examiner, Timothy Carney sets out (with a little help from RadGeek Charles Johnson) a libertarian case against […]
Hi, everyone. It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. My son Keaton is now 2 1/2 months old, and things have started settling down for me (except that I’m in the process of moving to Virginia).
Since I mostly work in democratic theory now, I’ve haven’t had much to write about here on this […]
I am very pleased to announce that for the next week or so, Steve Horwitz is going to be guest blogging for us here at BHL. Many of you know Steve already from his blogging at Coordination Problem. He also writes a truly outstanding weekly column for The Freeman. If […]
I’ve been taking part in facebook debates about the (dishonest and not very bright) Stephen Metcalf article in Slate that is nominally about Robert Nozick, while vaguely planning out how to write about it on the blog. While I still plan that, here’s a link to a fantastic Julian Sanchez post that’s of direct […]
Obama tries cracking down on leaks. Why is the need for government transparency usually ignored today? Granted some need for military secrets (for the sake of argument and to step away from the Times piece), it still seems to me that we don’t pay nearly enough attention to it. My guess is that transparency, […]