‘Underpolicing’ And The Social Contract
If authorities won’t act to stop crime, people will seek private solutions. Maybe that’s good.
Scott Beyer | June 1, 2024
Why Hitler Loved ‘Social Justice’
Like Karl Marx, Hitler saw the world through power structures, and the prevailing structures made it too difficult for all Germans to rise. This was an obstacle to “social justice” (soziale Gerechtigkeit).
Jon Miltimore | May 21, 2024
Are Traffic Signals Necessary?
American roads perform sub-optimally because they’re over-engineered by government.
Scott Beyer | May 15, 2024
Brady Leonard | May 14, 2024
What Matt Walsh Gets Wrong about AI and Work
Replacing human labor with AI is nothing to be feared.
Patrick Carroll | May 7, 2024
Why Are Cities Being Planned Around Fire Trucks?
U.S. emergency vehicles are sized for wide roads, shaping the design of our cities. It doesn’t need to be this way.
Scott Beyer | May 1, 2024
Why Karl Marx Desperately Needed Jordan Peterson’s Advice
More than anyone else in history, Karl Marx exemplified trying to fix the world while neglecting to clean one's own room first.
Jon Miltimore | April 30, 2024
Why Britain’s Proposed Smoking Ban Is Immoral
The British Government has become increasingly authoritarian about how individuals choose to live their lives.
Jess Gill | April 30, 2024
Anti-Hunting Laws Have Deadly Consequences
Apex predators do not care about the feelings of animal rights activists.
Brady Leonard | April 23, 2024