As reasonable folk denounce student loan forgiveness with one voice, it’s easy to forget that the issue may already be… academic. Almost 99% stopped…
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Progress continues on Build, Baby, Build. Here are three of my favorite pages from chapter 2.
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I recently debated Peter Singer, probably the world’s most famous philosopher, on “Do the rich pay their fair share?” No video is available, but here…
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Last week, Tyler Cowen partially critiqued my new Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice. Here’s my reply, point-by-point. He’s in blockquotes…
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What possessed me to write and publish Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice? Many observers - and even a few who know me well - blame a sudden…
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Here’s my opening statement from last week’s debate with Peter Singer on “Do the Rich Pay Their Fair Share?” So I’m debating Peter Singer, a philosopher…
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The title essay of Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice is called “Don’t Be a Feminist: A Letter to My Daughter.” While the book is a thematic…
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Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice releases today. When I announced the future publication of this book, I met a storm of criticism. Most…
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Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice, the next installment in my series of collected essays, releases today on Amazon, as both paperback and…
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Next week I’m speaking at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, thanks to the excellent Alex Padilla. Topic: Build, Baby, Build: The Science and…
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One of my all-time favorite political cartoons is called “How the Middle Became the Right.” Have you seen it before? How the Middle Became the Right…
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Though I am not an Austrian economist, the Austrians are correct to perennially scoff anytime anyone claims that the Federal Reserve is “fighting…
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