Month: June 2014

Exit No Exit

Exit / No Exit Chaser: The wind blew out from Bergen from the dawning to the day,There was a wreck of trees and fall of towers a score of miles away,And drifted like a livid leaf I go before its tide,Spewed out of house and stable, beggared of flag and bride.The heavens are bowed about my […]

Exit No Exit

Exit no Exit

Exit no exit if trying playing gambling. but is really nice game to playing if you get win. whizzi88 a place no exit if you already start playing gambling online. If you are one of the gamblers out there. Of course, of course you recognize what is important for a gambler to do when he […]

Secession Lagniappe 7

Secession Lagniappe 7

The Hawaiian restoration movement tell the Obama administration to take its ethno-satrapy proposal and shove it has been one of the more inspiring things to watch in a while: If the Department of Justice was unclear as to which constitutional power Congress exercised in 1898 when it purported to have annexed Hawaiian territory by joint resolution, it should still be unclear […]

Turing Poe Test

THE TURING-POE TEST With the rise of the internet radicals and internet trolls, it would be an interesting exercise to apply the Turing test to Poe’s law. Is that person posting that stuff an idiot? Are they just pretending to be an idiot? Or is it idiots tricked into looking like even bigger idiots by a loose […]

Is Science Racist

is science racist

The present and future of antiracism in science So, what should modern researchers and organizations of scientific research do about racism? Extensively, researchers often consider themselves to be neutral and separate from direct activity in bureaucratic events. In its ideal specify, scientific research should minimize predisposition and maximize objectivity, no matter of political or individual […]

Exit And The Left

EXITS, LEFT AND RIGHT In a previous post, exit and ideology, I argued that exit should be framed as a leftist value. My colleague, Ezra Jones, responded, pointing out my failure to define terms as well as attempting to counter my arguments. It is always interesting to read critiques of your work as readers often have a different […]

Americas Forgotten Revolutions

Americas Forgotten Revolutions

Revolution seems dead in America. As Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez’s Atlantic piece notes, thirty-seven of the world’s constitutions guarantee a right to revolution. France’s 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen recognizes “a right to resist oppression” that has reappeared in subsequent French constitutions. This is something of a puzzle — why would constitutional framers undermine their […]

Eyes Wide Shut

Eyes Wide Shut

THE END OF THE RAINBOW: EYES WIDE SHUT ANALYSIS Eyes Wide Shut is probably my favorite film, but it didn’t acquire this distinction until quite a long time after I had first watched it. It took a second viewing, followed by the nuances of the film creeping up in my mind for several days, demanding a share […]

Private Cities

HOW PRIVATE CITIES CAN HELP THE POOR A piece on private cities I wrote was published today in the Freeman. This sentence captures the idea, perhaps the most unappreciated idea in economics: Proprietary communities offer a solution to a host of problems commonly assumed to justify government intervention. Private property internalizes externalities. Proprietary communities take advantage of that fact by […]

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