Jonathan Bean | Monday June 13, 2011 at 8:21 PM PDT | 11 Comments
In a recent article, the Wall Street Journal quotes Mark Zuckerberg, the kid from Harvard who heads the CEO of a company-not-yet-public. (Goldman-Sachs VIP insiders only, please). What disturbed me about the article is not that another company is breaking into the so-called China market after the Google row over censorship. I’m more disturbed...
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Tags: Business, Censorship, China, Civil Liberties, Civil Society, Corruption, Culture, epistemology, Facebook, Integrity, Iran, liberalism, Liberalism, Mark Zuckerberg, moral relativism, nihilism, Personal Liberty, subjectivism, Trade
Anthony Gregory | at 10:41 AM PDT | 4 Comments
Sometimes I swear we are living in a dystopian novel whose author is courteous enough to provide us mere extras in his story with plenty of comedic relief to make the days tolerable. The USA Today headline reads: “Obama, Biden again target government waste.” Yes. That’s in fact what it says. The administration that...
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Tags: Budget and Tax Policy, Civil Liberties, Corruption, Criminal Justice, Drugs, Economics, Free Market, Government subsidies, Imperialism, Liberalism, Military, Personal Liberty, Politics, Power, Socialism, Taxation, The State, War, Weapons, Welfare