Mostly from my favorite three dudes, in order from favorite to almost favorite…
Milton Friedman on free market exchange:
Still got a man crush.
Tom Sowell on judicial activism and the problems it poses:
Agreed. Brennan, Marshall, and Warren (and Douglas also) have been responsible for massive socioeconomic and criminal problems in this country due to this phenomenon. And by now, it seems almost everyone has an activist bent…
Tommy hits the target about crises as well:
Walter E. Williams: Freedom means the ability to discriminate – even though it is wrong!:
Walter E. Williams on “public masters” and the government telling people what they should make:
And some other things…
Reason.tv on the 40-year failure we now call the drug war:
Economically, socially, and politically, it is a bust. LEGALIZE IT!
More economics, you say? Done…
The minimum wage & what any voting-age citizen should know:
Inflation sucks. End the Fed:
- The USSC still seems physically underpowered, says the Onion.
- Spending other people’s money is much easier than spending your own. Thanks Obama.
- Discrimination is trending a new way these days. Hint: it isn’t toward minorities.
- Time: “Judge a Presidency by Its Crises Avoided.” Interesting theory but you get an “F” in philosophy. If this is our standard, Stalin was a great guy. Hey, he didn’t kill ALL of the citizens!
- Freedom will be overtaken by government, because that’s the way our brains work. In the future.
- We are not a Catholic society, contrary to this Catholic site’s protests about censorship.