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But the holidays are upon us, or upon me at any rate, and perhaps it is time for me to indulge myself, on line as well as at dinner ... fathers proceeded at a slightly more sedate pace, but were still ... read more

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Nicholas Gonzalez: The latest victim of the pharma assassins?

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Acceptable Bigotry and Scapegoating of Russia

In these and other writings, questions about morality and technological progress, how much humans should control nature, and prioritizing which problems to invest man’s resources in solving were all ... read more

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Things I Hate About the Constitution

In a recent Twitter thread, well-known originalist ... virtually any other nation. If the Supreme Court were to fully enforce the original meaning, I think they would have to "incorporate" the Seventh ... read more

Infrastructure deficit puts us on a road to nowhere

The Abbott Government's ambitious paid parental leave project will ensure that the baby boom goes on and the pressure for immigration from India and China - apart from New Zealand the two leading ... read more

CBS: Pity the Millionaires

That happened in 1972, “when estate taxes were at an all-time high, 77 percent.” So the family sold 150 acres–leaving them a mere 120 acres. What does any of this have to do with right now? Well ... ... read more

The Rise of Trump Shows the Danger and Sham of Compelled Journalistic “Neutrality”

As Donald Trump’s campaign predictably moves from toxic rhetoric targeting the most marginalized minorities to threats and use of violence ... but he pointedly noted, “If Cokie were still a member of ... read more

There's No Such Thing as Free Health Care

If you're sick enough to be admitted, the average wait is 23 hours. "We can't send these patients to other hospitals. Dr. Eric Letovsky told us. "Every other emergency department in the country is ... read more

Must Watch: I Am Legend's Original Ending - This is Amazing

For those unaware, let me explain the concept of Richard Matheson's book to help clarify why this original ending was so amazing ... to him and comes in contact with him. He never got that close to ... read more

It's not Greece being bailed out - it's the banks

In a world swimming in debt, and still reeling from a debt fuelled financial crisis ... Bankers, it found, earned a premium to those in other industries as the higher wages "draw the most talented ... read more

Expert Says Don’t Teach Kids To Code

But someone still has to write something for ... While the slide rule was harder to use than a calculator, it forced you to think about scales and estimation. If you listen to Schleicher’s other ... read more

Taking The Axe To The Environmental Movement: Resolute v. Greenpeace

They do other things as well. Back in 2010 ... be followed by extractive industries such as logging. Indeed, I expect that one response to the Resolute legal action will be an effort to pressure book ... read more

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