Can the behemoth help itself? Is there nothing it will not contemplate?
An excellent conversation with the economist perhaps most widely known for his fantastic letters to the editors of various major publications and for the blog Cafe Hayek:
A perspective on presidential racism and fascism:
The Young Turks is a leftist-progressive YouTube news commentary outfit whose main commentators are Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. They are resolutely anti-Trump. But here we see a second-string panel handle the Korea unification story, and it is droll to note that they have so little occasion to attack the
An excerpt from Dave Rubin’s recent big interview with Thomas Sowell: And here is the first part of that interview:
Well, this clears it all up: But questions remain: This time they are absolutely sure of their proof of evilness of the enemy: We really can trust them this time.
An interesting approach to reporting on American opinion: The interviewer interviewed:
For those who need to be reminded (or remind others) that government can be dangerous, and that this fact is relevant for discussions of citizen armament rights, this short video may help. Caution: irony is part of the method to this vlogger’s very smart presentation. Do not give up on
The 2200-page $1.3 trillion Omnibus bill at least one senator is trying to read before voting on it. That man? Sen. Rand Paul, of course. He speaks of an “unholy alliance” to engage in evermore spending. There is, he says, not too little but, instead, “too much compromise” in Washington:
Ezra Levant and Andrew Klavan chat about anti-family indoctrination:
Daniel Hannan tells a classic tale from the history of social psychology, and draws a Brexit lesson: The story he tells was written about, originally, in the classic treatise by Leon Festinger, Henry Riecken and Stanley Schachter, When Prophecy Fails (1955).
Really? This is a thing?