A fun tribute to Frederic Bastiat’s essay “The Broken Window:”
Here are a few links worth looking over:
• Does military intervention ever save innocent lives? Check out the data.
People have been celebrating the recent marriage equality victory in the Supreme Court. While I think this ruling is long overdue, I believe the majority of us have been glancing over a more primary question: why must we ask the government for permission to marry in the first place? Isn’t anyone else a little unnerved by the idea of a complete stranger sitting in an office somewhere, with the power to tell you who you may and may not share your property and liability with?