Tagged: guest posts

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A Tough Call for Dragon*Con

~by M.A. Over the last week, I’ve had to ponder a very difficult question. A few years ago, I started to attend a rather remarkable yearly event called Dragon*Con. It’s a wonderful event held...

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How to Join a Social Circle & Make Friends in a Group

~by Rod Engelsman Note: I’d been mulling over a guest post on this topic for the last several days. Given the rumors surrounding the mental state of the perpetrator of last Friday’s horror in Connecticut,...

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The Tragedy of the Commons

by M.A. The concepts of a “Free Market” and the idea of an unregulated market producing whatever gains an advocate is looking for, or advancing a policy that liberals or conservatives (depending on the...

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The Elephant in the Room

~by Dennis Sanders Within a few moments of knowing President Obama had secured the 270 electoral votes needed to win a second term, the explanations and recriminations had begun. The two that bubbled up...

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Libertarianism: Some Clarifications

~by James Hanley This is not a sermon; there will be no alter call at which I invite you to join the Church of the Holy Rand. This is just a response to some...

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Sometimes Too Much Agreement is the Worst of All

~by Anderson Tuggle The other day I came upon a rather odd—though not unusual—bill currently in our Congress: The All-American Flag Act. The AAFA requires all federal agencies to purchase American flags “made from...

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Memoriam for Lin Ostrom

~By James Hanley Nobel Prize winning political scientist Elinor Ostrom died recently at age 78. I am saddened by the loss of someone I knew, liked, and respected both personally and professionally. This memorial...

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Inequality by Half Measures

By M.A. Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposium here. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so far,...

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How Inequality Harms

By M.A. Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposium here. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so far,...

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Why Inequality Is Necessary

By Mark Olson Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposium here. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so...

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Government Enforced Inequality

By James Hanley Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposium here. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so...

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The Positive Sum Outlook

Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposiumhere. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so far, click here. By...

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Your righteous anger isn’t enough

The real lesson of Wisconsin is an important one for members of all parties: your righteous anger motivates you, not others. Winning the middle requires having something to vote for, not just to vote against.

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AUCTIFICUS AEQUALITAS

Note: This post is part of our League Symposium on inequality. You can read the introductory post for the Symposium here. To see a list of all posts in the Symposium so far, click...

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Consensus Facit Legem

By Wardsmith Are HOA’s a good metaphor for government? In the much-commented OP by Dr. Hanley, interlocutor M.A. brought up Home Owner Associations (HOA’s), most specifically as a foil against the concept that Libertarians...

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Economics, Property Rights and Surfing

By Roger Parker On Tuesday morning, the forecasted South Pacific swell began to fill in. By the time the waves hit Southern California they were well over head high with a 16 second interval....