You like Stoic wisdom? Think the vaccine is working? Those are a few of the topics touched on this week.
Man sentenced to death for drinking. And not because he's married.
The elite are actually now advocating that people not think. Rather, just rely on the experts.
Zen might help with your existential struggle.
Regionalism might be the only effective answer to Leviathan . . . and it arguably saves lives
In this age of uncertainty, you need beliefs and practices but not dogmas and preaching. Develop a stance, but be aware that you're on sand, not a stump.
Getting to know the most popular philosophy of the 20th century. There's a reason Zen, Kerouac, Salinger, and Forrest Gump were, and continue to be, so popular.
I've come to view Rothbard as a great economist, a good historian, and an amateur but unique philosopher.
Kauffman’s is a real message. Partially Quixotic, partially crucial . . . and there’s considerable overlap between those.
Illiterate, suspicious, intensely clannish- blond, and usually ugly, river-rats make ideal bootleggers.
I've learned how to write for the online public. I feel cheap and used, but it's kinda funny.
Will Percy was not a BLM advocate, much less an Antifa subversive. He was “the embodiment of Southern culture, ‘defender of traditions, poet, gracious host.’”