Asking whether or not one should exercise to lose weight isn’t the same as asking whether or not someone can. Dave puts a recent Vox article into its proper perspective and asks “do they even lift?”
Dave discovers one of his old mini-posts and realizes that a full-length “do over” was the appropriate response.
In light of the recent FTC settlement involving Herbalife, Dave has a few things to say about it.
Dave, in his inaugural post on fitness and nutrition-related topics, discusses high intensity interval training.
Properly understood, carried interest is a return on capital. Dave brings a unique perspective to the carried interest debate.
While Dave does not expect to change hearts and minds when it comes to privatizing municipal assets, he hopes to provide some clarity by addressing critiques pertaining to the economics of those transactions.
Coca Cola wants us to believe that weight problems have nothing to do with diet and everything to do with exercise. Dave beats up on this woeful tale of broscience.
Dave has no love for the anti-GMO movement and was not paid by Monsanto to write this post.
Arby’s takes a rather unconventional approach with the vegetarian and vegan critics of its slogan.
Dave discusses the unilateral exit right (i.e. secession), how the legal argument was framed, and shares a few additional thoughts. Dave also suggests reading it before bed time.
Here, Dave presents the historically-evidence for a strict construction reading of the Constitution. This Part II of II.
In the first of two posts, Dave tries to make the argument that a proper understanding of the Constitution’s structure points to strict construction as the proper way to interpret the document.
Dave take a look at the intersection between food and fitness.
Alternatively titled “If you want regulations, make sure the rules are crystal clear” zic gets the honor of today’s comment rescue: Pointing out the good side of regulation — how it protects small people (despite the...
Throughout the course of a series of email exchanges, Saul and I discussed the story centered around Market Basket, a regional New England-based chain of grocery stores that drew national attention after a longstanding...
…or something like that… This piece of news caught my attention:
Dave challenges Cass Sustein’s claim that Richard Epstein’s legal theories serve as the intellectual framework for the Tea Party.
Around the country, cities are looking to eminent domain as a way to fix mortgage messes. Dave explains why they shouldn’t.
At Ethan’s request, rather than continue the discussion of finance in his post, I’ll post my response to commenter David TC’s response to me. If people have an interest in continuing the conversation, they...