“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet”
asks Juliet of her beloved Romeo.
I’m spending less on books, and reading less too.
How about you?Details
Why Ayn Rand Might Vote Libertarian This Year Although Ayn Rand died in 1982, several factors make it easy for us to have a good idea of what she might say today—at least on some political issues. For example, at the Ford Hall Forum in 1976 she made her opinion of Ronald Reagan crystal clear:…Details
A powerful scientific antidote to beliefs in a wide range of so-called “psychic” phenomenaDetails
Toby Huff shows how Christianity retreated from pure faith (and Islamic-style fundamentalism) in the face of reason and science. And why it happened in the west—and NOT in Islamic countries, Eastern (Byzantine) Christianity, or in China.Details