C. Bradley Thompson speaks to the incoming class of Lyceum Scholars on the nature of a liberal arts education.
It makes sense to analyze a simpler context, e.g., immigration policy within a free country with a rights respecting government. If we can establish these principles within a simpler context, it becomes a little clearer how to deal with the current actual mess.
Benefactors should stop giving money to universities that endorse anti-free speech and racist diversity policy. Simply go to a university’s website. If you find an office of diversity, close your pocketbook.
The civil rights division of the Justice Department has turned the same blind eye to similar voter intimidation and corruption of the voting process by other people and other organizations in other cities and states — so long as those being victimized were white and the victimizers were black.
Many cities have granted monopoly power to taxi companies — the right to prevent entry by others.
Ironically, the Republicans have a much stronger set of presidential candidates than usual to choose from this year.
Big-government politicians bemoan income inequality, but would equalizing incomes make life fair?
To make people eat their seed corn, we need to add the essential element: a perverse incentive. Let’s look at monetary policy in this light.