Liel Liebowitz relates how he discovered modern Liberalism was bogus. Brings to mind the old quip--as I heard it--"If you are not a Liberal at 20, you have no heart. If you are not a conservative at 40 you have no brain". (Origin of the quote discussed at length here.)
Don Boudreaux buries an awful idea.
"How the rise of electric cars endangers the ‘last frontier’ of the Philippines".
"Electric vehicles don’t need gas, but the costs are racking up".
"You never know when it will happen, but at some unexpected moment in America, someone is hyping someone up."
"The 'Sea Peoples' Destroyed Virtually Every Major City of the Ancient World ... and We Have No Idea Who They Were" and four others.
1982, Stanford vs. Cal: "The Play". Like nothing before it and nothing since.
From #1, Olympic, to #63, Gateway Arch.
The Stones with a fine 2.5 minutes.
Review of a new book about Hunter S. Thompson.
In spite of all this terrible behavior—the entitlement, the egocentricity, the cruelty, the endless wasting of other people’s time, money, and patience—the glamorous myth of the fearless and righteous outlaw journalist persists. To this myth, Wills’s fascinating biography offers limited endorsement, but also a valuable and comprehensive corrective.
Though serious and largely correct, this made me laugh.