I do not know what will happen tonight and over the ensuing weeks, as the courts and bureaucracy work frantically to ensure that voting will never again threaten to change the US government. I hope Trump wins, but every powerful and elite institution is allied against him. No matter. The real MAGA, one might say, … Continue reading TRUMP 2020
We overthrew kings for this. The US is a country of children ruled by children so this thing will just have to run its course. As someone I greatly respect has said (you probably don't know him), we need an Orthodox country, and then we need a king. It won't happen but that's what we … Continue reading Kings. For this.
Not really, but that should draw some clicks so allow me to explain. We are a week into nationwide riots that broke out after a Minneapolis cop, Derek Chauvin, knelt on the neck of a Minneapolis net tax-consumer, George Floyd, possibly causing or contributing to Floyd's death. I'm not aware of any evidence that Chauvin … Continue reading Why I’m still a libertarian
One year ago, I posted on the Marine Corps' decision to scrap its amphibious assault vehicle program in order to discuss the tendency of institutions to preserve the status quo. The Marine Corps bureaucracy's decision to scrap their institution's signature battle tactic was, therefore, quite remarkable in context. The annual holiday devoted to honoring America's … Continue reading No More Brother Wars, 2020
It's a micro-phenomenon, but I see it enough it really does have me wondering: the US tort system is expensive, arbitrary and rent-seeking, but remains strangely immune to serious economic and political study. If you google a few phrases, you might get some Chamber of Commerce discussions about runaway verdicts, or social justice cant that … Continue reading The Age of Ideology is over, cont.