I think we need fewer bioethicists and we need to less from the ones we have.
Among several good reasons, Musk is an exemplar of crony capitalism.
I've not spent much time on the Bitcoin controversy--world-saver or fraud?--but this seems convincing at first glance.
Lenin famously said that capitalists would sell the rope that Communists would use to hang capitalists. But it turns out his imagination failed him: who knew that capitalists would pay for the rope with which the revolutionary left will kill capitalism.
That it is a lie seems obvious to anybody who spends a little time looking at the facts. But that's in shorter supply these days.
A pretty good, concise guide to modern politics and policy-making. Sample:
Reynolds’ Second Law
“The more a government wants to run its citizens’ lives, the worse job it will do at the most basic tasks of government.”
Sensible. And also offers a sensible reason for why they ask what I have thought was a pretty silly question.
A whole lot of important Supreme Court cases coming up. Here are some comments on two of them.
Amen to this.
Why do some people have trouble with the idea that some things that are good should not be made mandatory?
Vaccines are the obvious example today.
I say, go for it. Let a thousand flowers bloom. (Just so long as North Carolina doesn't try it.)