Author: Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

The Unconditional Basic Income and the Hayekian Price System

Sam Bowman of the UK’s Adam Smith Institute writes what he calls “a neoliberal case for a basic income.” Despite his loathing for the term neoliberal, Jason Kuznicki embraces this case and builds upon it, with reference to Levy and Hayek.


Let’s spin some tracks tonight, shall we?

Blame Canada

Social Safety Nets and Tribalism

It remains for Canadians to decide what Canadians can afford, but it does somewhat beggar belief that the Canadian system of single-payer healthcare will sink or swim on this particular margin.

Islamic Shibboleths

M.G. Oprea doesn’t like the way you talk.

Family Ties

A dialogue for Armistice Day.

The State of the Art

In which Jason returns to OT, and ponders the State of Blogging.

Moving On

This is just a short note to the Ordinary Times community: I’ve started a new blog called Clown Town. It will be my main nonprofessional outlet from now on. Again and again, I’ve found...

I’m Betting against Soylent

In which Jason offers to bet on the future of Soylent, the product that promises to “liberate your body” … from food.

When the Innocent Plead Guilty

Prison isn’t just our favorite punishment. It’s also how our justice system determines the truth.

Be a Dissenter for Science

When does politics trump science? Whenever it wants to. That’s a problem with modern politics in general, and — at least in part — we owe it to the malign influence of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.