BM and Liberalism Again

Bionic Mosquito replies to my comments on his liberalism piece. I’ll make this short. Bionic Mosquito’s struggle is this:  As Joe Salerno has noted, one of the principles classical liberalism stressed, in its original context, was the “nationality principle.” So…

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How Politicians Pander

Bob Wenzel notes: House Speaker Paul Ryan has announced that he will not seek re-election in November. Ryan listed Rand’s, Atlas Shrugged, as one of the three books he most frequently rereads but the principles of Rand never seemed to…

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Robert Reich, Non-Economist

Been thinking about responding more to Robert Reich’s inane videos on Facebook, but I wonder if he is someone worth the time and emotion. He really represents the social democratic narrative in his simplistic, assertion-driven appeals to the economic dolts…

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Rubin Ragequits

The insufferable neocon Jennifer Rubin has “ragequit” on the word “conservative.” She writes: Being conservative used to be central to my identity. But now, frankly, I don’t give a damn. I prefer to think of myself as a classical liberal,…

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