Tom Woods is known for many things, among them breaking down the absurd costs of our government in his book Meltdown. In his tribute to leftist economist Seymour Melman, Woods explains the cost of the U.S. war machine. I highly recommend anyone who has the time read the paper, found here.
Catholic philosopher extraordinaire Peter Kreeft posits the following 12 lessons as the most important ones he ever learned: 1. There Is Only “One Thing Necessary.” 2. The Way to Happiness Is Self-forgetful Love 3. “In Everything God Works for Good with Those Who Love Him.” 4. Everything Is a Gift from God 5. God Did…Details
A sci-fi short:
Walter E Williams is one of my favorite economists. Here he is, in a lecture given in 1986 on the statistical disparity between the incomes of men and women:
The Gervais Theory is an interesting theory of management and office interaction that a buddy found a few months ago. Similar to Nietzsche’s Master/Slave dynamic, the theory is explained by way of characters in The Office. If you work in an office, this long essay is worth a read…
Ron Paul hasn’t been on my blog in a while. Fixed: