Your body’s yours, just as this poem is mine: to make, destroy—a tenancy of will, for every citizen and concubine.
Creeping Tyranny: From Constitutionalism to Arbitrary Power
The great libertarian journalist Jesse Walker calls this Cold War liberal folkery (http://reason.com/blog/2010/05/27/you-hit-me-baby-like-an-atomic) “the most earnest song ever written.” Hilariously bad. Enjoy!
Besides, the harshest criticisms of any place come from those who truly love and belong to it.
The hubris of ingratitude is a caustic acid that reduces all in its wake to the fetid condition of servitude, for a spoiled child needs nothing so much as a master.
Legendary investor Seth Klaman on how the government has taught everyone a bad lesson.
Soon-to-be-former United States Senator from Utah, Bob Bennett, gives some advice to the Tea Party activists who helped unseat him at Utah GOP convention: don’t be like Jimmy Carter, be like Ronald Reagan. I think he has it exactly ba...
Bringing sustainable food growing practices to the urban poor.
It seemed a good time to get out and leave the classroom to idiots who couldn’t learn and didn’t know better, and imbeciles who couldn’t teach and should have known better.
We are here, in part, because choices made in big places have worked against rural places and rural people.