Category Archives: Submissions

California’s Water Crisis: How Markets Can Save the Environment

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 4.1.15. California looms at the precipice of a water crisis unseen in the history of the region.  While many commentators and politicians are quick to blame markets for … Continue reading

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How a Fence Determines Your Wealth

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 2.12.15. Put human history on a timeline, and you’ll quickly realize that the theme of Prosperous Nations and People is an extremely rare anomaly. Since Adam Smith published The Wealth of Nations, … Continue reading

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Machlup and Friedman: Why Economists Disagree

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 2.2.15. We see their televised debates, their influence on the floor of Congress, and their arguments in our bank accounts. Economists are powerful, but are notorious for disagreement. … Continue reading

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Raise the Flag: The Pirate Bay Returns

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 1.13.15. Let me be the first to lament the ‘fall’ of The Pirate Bay, a service that, statistically speaking, there’s a decent chance you use. On December 9th, … Continue reading

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A Small Guide To Protecting Your Privacy

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 12.15.14 It was almost two years ago that Edward Snowden began the NSA revelations by giving journalists like Glenn Greenwald a series of documents showing how the US … Continue reading

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Cameras Won’t Solve Police Brutality

This was originally written for the Students for Liberty blogging series, posted here on 10.7.14 Addendum 12.3.14: In light of the Grand Jury decisions regarding Mike Brown and especially Eric Garner, who’s death was caught entirely on recording, it should … Continue reading

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