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Social Justice and the Emergence of Covid Tyranny

Media and CulturePhilosophy

Blog6 hours ago

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

Blog11 hours ago

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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Study Guide to the Jordan Peterson – Robert Murphy Podcast

Media and CultureAustrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/02/2021

Robert Murphy's interview with Jordan Peterson featured a fast and exciting conversation with lots of references to books, articles, and other Austrian scholarship. This study guide offers citations and explanations for that may have gone by too quickly for the audience.

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Some Conservatives Still Pine for the Good Ol' Days of Cannabis Prohibition

Legal System

Blog08/30/2021

The federal government, along with pharmaceutical, alcohol, and tobacco companies have spent money trying to put the legalization genie back in the prohibition bottle, so any argument or propaganda will suit their purposes.

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Savings Are the Foundation of Economic Growth

World History

Blog08/05/2021

If people are to demand things in the market, people must first produce things. This production allows for savings, and ultimately, for economic growth.

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Shrinkflation, Inflation’s Sneaky Cousin, Is on the Rise

Inflation

Blog07/28/2021

We've all hear the reports of inflation by now, but what about the shrinkflation going on?

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Secession and the Production of Defense

Decentralization and Secession

Blog07/26/2021

Jörg Guido Hülsmann examines the economics of guerrilla warfare and how secessionist movements can succeed against a larger state. 

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Salazar: The Dictator Who Refused to Die

World History

Blog07/24/2021

"I doubt whether there is today in any democracy … personal liberty as well secured as it was then in Portugal.”

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