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Is Self-Ownership Necessary?

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog52 min ago

Isn’t a principle of nonaggression against others another way of stating the self-ownership principle? "Not necessarily," says the insightful philosopher Chandran Kukathas.

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US Military Propaganda in Film, Sports, and TV: It's Everywhere

Book Reviews

Blog5 hours ago

From the darkened cinema to the football field to the airport screening line, the US government inflated the actual threat of terrorism and the necessity of an aggressive military response.

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You'll Be Shocked the Learn There's Corruption at the Fed

Money and Banks

Blog09/16/2021

Some fed officials simply shrugged off what was an obvious conflict of interest when they traded stocks and real estate holdings while making policy. The rules don't apply to central bankers.

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Social Justice and the Emergence of Covid Tyranny

Media and CulturePhilosophy

Blog09/16/2021

The covid regime has extended and deepened the epistemic crisis inaugurated by postmodernism and practical postmodernism. Science has devolved into a series of non sequiturs backed by force. Science has become postmodern.

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Shakespeare Helps Us Understand Rome's Descent into Empire

Book Reviews

Blog09/16/2021

In Shakespeare’s Rome, Cantor helps us to understand why Shakespeare was not only a great writer but a great political thinker as well, and that is no mean achievement.

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The Fed Is Bailing Out the Wealthy as Everyone Else Pays the Price

Money and Banks

Blog09/15/2021

Petrou's new book on monetary policy details how the Fed's turn toward QE and ultralow interest rates have done wonders for billionaires while impoverishing millions of ordinary people. 

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What They Really Mean When They Say "Do the Right Thing"

U.S. History

Blog09/15/2021

When a politician says "do the right thing," what he means is "do what I say, or else." 

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Can Economic Data Explain the Timing and Causes of Recessions?

Money and Banks

Blog09/15/2021

Without establishing the underlying causes of boom-bust cycles, employing policies in response to changes in economic indicators to counter economic cycles is likely to destabilize the economy.

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