Daily Archives: July 30, 2020

The Levels Of Bardcore

Recently, for reasons I do not entirely understand but which may be related to my fondness for languages and history, I have found myself recently being suggested various music videos that are released under the genre of Bardcore.  I had … Continue reading

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Book Review: For Good And Evil

For Good And Evil:  The Impact Of Taxes On The Course Of Civilization, by Charles Adams Even without knowing the author in person, this book gives a good idea of what he would be like.  He’s a bit of a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Utopia Of Rules

The Utopia Of Rules:  On Technology, Stupidity, And The Secret Joys Of Bureaucracy, by David Graeber One of the most telling aspects of this book is the way that the author’s straw man argumentation against Mises and refusal to seriously … Continue reading

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Book Review: America’s Three Regimes

America’s Three Regimes:  A New Political History, by Morton Keller How is it that a nation changes its regime?  It is the author’s belief that America has had three regimes over the course of its political history and that the … Continue reading

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