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Book Discussion: In Defense of Selfishness by Peter Schwartz

For an upcoming book discussion, I drafted the following announcement: “Every civilized culture is shaped by some view of right and wrong…In ours it is the principle of altruism…Our society takes as a given the idea that pursuing your own … Continue reading

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Fire God, A Stimulus Plan for the Faithful

I found a previously unpublished video script from four years ago.  It includes actionable ideas that remain valid today. In particular, this is a response to those who attempt to corrupt politics with religion. As some of you might have … Continue reading

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Teaching to the Test

I found another interesting quote in Joshua M. Dunn’s Complex Justice: The Case of Missouri v. Jenkins; in 1983, Jeanne Chall (professor of education at Harvard) observed: Pre-Grade 4 reading can be said to represent the oral tradition, in that … Continue reading

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Ready for a Free Market Revolution?

Tonight I attending a talk by Yaron Brook and Don Watins about their new book Free Market Revolution: How Ayn Rand’s Ideas Can End Big Government.  I am excited to read this book and a quick summary of the chapter … Continue reading

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