Thank You, Google

Google engineer James Damore wrote a ten-page memo (PDF), titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.”  Google fired him. You know all about the contents already.  To make a long story short, he suggests… …that biological differences could help explain the gender…

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Mises on Immigration and Nation

Joe Salerno has written an excellent essay, describing the perspective of Ludwig von Mises on the inter-related subjects of political borders, immigration, and nation.  Further, Salerno offers clarity on Mises’s view of liberalism – and it isn’t classical liberalism as…

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Rothbard on Trump

Didn’t think it was possible, did you? A Strategy for the Right, first published in 1992 in the Rothbard-Rockwell Report, it is the opening chapter in a compilation of Rothbard’s essays, entitled “The Irrepressible Rothbard.” What I call the Old…

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The Enemy is Always the State…

…and the state’s enemy is a well-grounded and life-sustaining common culture. Notes Towards the Definition of Capitalist Culture, By Terry Hulsey I was asked by a long-time online friend to comment on this post by Hulsey.  A worthwhile read – every…

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Clinton’s Hell

Today is the day – fifteen years ago and all that. What does presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have to say about it? “I remember one image so indelibly, [a firefighter] dragging his ax, and it was as close to depiction…

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