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Archive for April, 2014

Why I am not a libertarian…

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

I am not a libertarian because I think I’m smarter than you I am not a libertarian because I think I’m better educated than you I am not a libertarian because I think I’m morally or ethically superior to you I am not a libertarian because I think I have better ideas about running things […]

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Freedom, Group Identification, and Consequences

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

To anyone trying to make the Cliven Bundy issue, or the Donald Sterling issue, or the Brendan Eich issue about freedom of speech… …PLEASE STOP… They are unrelated, and MOSTLY irrelevant, to free speech. None are a question of freedom of speech. All three are a question of bad PR and violating contract terms. These […]

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Jewish Registration: Truth or Anti-Russian Propaganda?

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

It seems that the world is yet another step closer to World War III as reports have circulated the globe that Eastern Ukrainians loyal to Russia are now requiring Jews to register and pay a special tax. Even Secretary of State John Kerry has made pronouncements condemning these actions. But what if this registration story […]

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Galt.io set for April 15th “Soft” Launch

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Jason Lewis et al have just announced that the first phase of Galt.io will be launched on April 15th (for those who are unfamiliar with Galt.io, here is some background). Galt.io will be soft launched April 15. Soft launch means we will be rolling out the system to select members and groups to test functionality, […]

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The own goal of Okcupid

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

The ousting of Brendan Eich from his post as CEO of the Mozilla Foundation is seen by many as a blow against intolerance. It is in fact the opposite, and if gay rights groups expand such ‘outings’ as a tool to suppress opposition, they risk deepening the antagonism and resistance by people who view them as a threat to our culture.

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