Tuesday, January 15, 2019
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Fake News? How About No News?

Trump gets flak for characterizing the mainstream press as purveyors of Fake News. But what about no news at all? Isn’t lack of coverage even worse than biased coverage? Well, how much news...

The Unmentionable Alternative

The first reason originally given for the necessity of force-feeding electric cars to people was the supposedly imminent scarcity (and associated rising cost) of gasoline. This was en vogue back in the...

A License to Kill – an Obligation to Submit

Imagine being empowered by the state to threaten people with murderous violence over hurt feelings. Or for pretty much any reason at all. Without having to worry much - if at all...

Automated Cars – And Dumbed Down Drivers

One of the arguments used by automated car pushers (I use the term deliberately, to convey the fact that the market isn’t asking for automated cars any more than it is...

One Pic Says it All

Here's a picture that tells a story. It's a snapshot of Prince Harry and his new bride, Meghan Markle, heading off to wherever creaosan tax feeders head off to in a classic...

Censorship vs. Suppression

Libertarians – me included – have wrestled long and hard with this one: Is it censorship when private entities do it? No - not in a legal sense. Because these private entities do not...

Happy De-Platforming!

Just a quick post to thank all of you, the readers and contributors, for a great year and for making this possible. Most of you know that the organs (as Solzhenitsyn might...

Why No Saaaaaaaaafety Exemption for The Little People?

You may have caught my article about the brand-new 1960s Mustangs you can legally buy - upgraded in all the right places but left alone everywhere else. They have modern, fuel-injected engines,...

Spandex Harleys

There's a classic episode of the TV cartoon series South Park lampooning Harley riders. Not bikers, the young guys who used to ride Harleys. The new demographic - which consists of...

Dracula and the Dawning Sun

Did you know that the percentage of new cars sales that are actually leases has risen from about 3-5 percent in the early-mid 2000s to more than 30 percent as of...
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