Tagged: reason

Many of You Are Going to Hell

Scripture and Tradition both indicate that few are saved and many are damned. Should Christians assent to this doctrine?

My Secularism, Unraveling

Though a regular churchgoer and on most days a religious believer, I subscribe to the secularist principle that church and state ought to be kept separate. I don’t want government dictating religious belief and...

Should The US Bring Back The Draft?

Tom Ricks thinks so: Since the end of the military draft in 1973, every person joining the U.S. armed forces has done so because he or she asked to be there. Over the past...

6.626068 × 10-34 m2 kg / s

  Since my last we completed the topside planking on both hulls.  It makes for a very pretty picture.

Otters, dogs, & liberaltarians

For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, Megan McArdle and Peter Suderman are off to get hitched. Congratulations to them both! The good news doesn’t end there, however. Guest-blogging at McArdle’s digs...

Gillespie rants; Los Suns win

I usually shy away from linking to Reason, mainly because you’re probably reading them already. But this brilliant rant from Nick Gillespie on immigration and the Phoenix Suns deserves top billing.

Modernity, Christianity and Islam

I linked to this earlier, but amateur history buffs will find Cato Unbound’s discussion on the origins of modernity pretty fascinating. The central point of contention is the so-called “first cause” of modernity –...

You can go your own way

Many readers are undoubtedly suspicious of self-indulgent exercises in libertarian wankery, but this excellent dialogue from Reason raises some interesting questions about the nature of governance, freedom and culture. As someone who grew up...

Patrick Byrne

The man in the below video is Patrick Byrne of a blog I just recently discovered called Deep Capture.  He’s also the CEO of Overstock.com.