I don’t always vote in presidential elections. And when I do, I don’t kid myself into thinking that my vote is going to make any measurable difference on the outcome. When I vote, I vote in order to express my principles. But only when I can find a candidate whose principles I […]
In my last post, which generated a lot of controversy, I discussed (but did not defend) FIRE’s (apparent) plan to defend the freedom of association rights of religious groups at Vanderbilt. The issue, briefly, is that the Vanderbilt administrators decided to require all student groups to allow anyone into their organization, regardless of […]
The author-meets-critics roundtable on John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness scheduled for Thursday afternoon at APSA is now officially cancelled, due to 4/5 of the participants not being able to reach New Orleans. #APSA2012
I comment on the Oxford University Press blog here.
Are we just one heart attack or gunshot away from an Ayn Rand presidency? No. As the saying goes, actions speak louder than words. Paul Ryan’s voting record speaks loudly. He is no Randian libertarian. Rather, he is just another run-of-the-mill big government neoconservative. […]
Some readers think this is just in response to Akin, a lone Republican. However, other Republicans have been shooting their mouths off, too. Even their post-Akin PR shows some problems.
Here’s your game sheet. At this rate, I predict we’ll see a winner by next Wednesday.
Libertarians generally love FIRE, the legal group Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. But FIRE has just gotten behind a cause that may make some libertarians uncomfortable.
If you watch the embedded video (I recommend that you do so), you’ll see that Vanderbilt has imposed a new policy on student groups barring them from […]