I’ve been dismayed to see how many– not a majority, but a long way above “none”– of my libertarian friends on social media are either enthusiastic about British exit from the EU or indifferent-leaning-favorable.
(Note: this post is addressed to libertarians and market liberals, and it takes for granted libertarian policy preferences. I’m going […]
In Reason, William Ruger and Jason Sorens seek to offer an alternative to the sort of thick libertarianism to which many of those associated with the Center for a Stateless Society are committed. They seek to defend what they call “virtue libertarianism.” Sometimes, they seem to be concerned with virtues in the narrow sense of […]
Gabriel Rossman has the lead essay over at Cato Unbound.
I follow up...here.
A big question: do we obfuscate so we can deny? Or is there something more sinister going on?
Here’s me at the Wall Street Journal in the June 8th issue talking about the role of the private sector in providing disaster relief during the For McMurray fire:
“Tristin Hopper of the National Post gathered the figures: The oil companies provided free food and shelter to over 25,000 people. When the fires cut […]
And now for something completely different.
I’m not religious, so I have no dog in this fight. But here’s a quick take on Biblical literalism, and why, to me, it always seemed like a strange view.
Two thought experiments:
1. Peter is hanging out with Jesus. Jesus looks at a mess James has made and says, […]