I’m not a frequent reader of fiction.  As I see it, there is enough real in this world to marvel at.  But I will, on occasion, pick up an alternative history novel.  It helps limber the imagination, broaden one’s view of the possible.  So, when J.P. Medved’s short story, Granite Republic, popped up on my Kindle […]

A brief note on The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom. I really had high expectations for this book, written as it was by a dream team of Cato (Robert A. Levy) and Institute for Justice (Wiliam H. Mellor) authors.  Add in a forward by Richard A. Epstein, […]

Hans Hermann-Hoppe has interesting essay out, The Libertarian Quest for a Grand Historical Narrative which explores a quote from Hayek: While the events of the past are the source of the experience of the human race, their opinions are determined not by the objective facts but by the records and interpretations to which they have […]

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