Tag: culture
New TV Show Sparks Unnecessary Moral Outrage (and Proves People Don’t Understand Basic Economics)

CBS recently released a new show titled, “The Briefcase.” Normally, I wouldn’t have given such a show a second glance... But then I read reactions to the show on social media. I found myself vaguely ashamed for [watching]...I kept reminding myself that I had to watch it in order to write about it. [P]ossibly...
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Heroes and Libertarian Ethics in Literature, Part 2

Libertarian Heroes in Fiction, Part 1 With more than 25 million copies of her novels in print, and with Atlas Shrugged continuing to sell a brisk half million copies per year, Ayn Rand undoubtedly ranks as the most widely read libertarian novelist. Much of her popularity, of course, is due to her unswerving commitment...
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