Consequentialism is the moral calculus of a robot or psychopath: Utilitarianism has a superficially plausible method for solving moral decisions: the greatest good for the greatest number. If I can save five people from a speeding train by pushing a fat guy onto the railway track, why not? Out of six people, five are still…Details
My favorite economist asks the question (as adopted from the essay The Law):
How does this work so well…?
Justin Bieber/Slipknot – Baby, the Rain Will Kill Us All
In an effort not to overwhelm you, yesterday I left you hanging without posting an undermining thesis as to why government spending is bad in and of itself. Finally, the very important thesis itself, in a collection of well-placed words (This explanation is a bit more technical than the excerpts of yesterday, and in attempt…Details
I’ll post this video despite the hilariously misinformed views of the black lady at the table:
Maybe, says this economist, mired in the theory:
This one on texting and driving:
Anyone else find mustaches weird?
Here it is, a summation of why government spending as a whole is bad economics. Let us begin with a video… More people should listen to this guy:How stupid does that reporter sound when she tries to spin things to be “positive”? HELLO LADY, THIS GUY CALLED THE COLLAPSE AND SAYS THINGS ARE GETTING WORSE,…Details
Steven Molyneux (it should start at 5m44s, so if not, skim there):
57% of the top 1% of people in 2001 were no longer in that 1% by 2011. With that little fact, I’ll let Tom Sowell take over: