Minimum-wage mandates have always raised the hackles of classical economists, but rarely have they drawn the publicly vented ire of employees themselves. Until now.
Things like detachable collars (or, in our case, the required ISI conference attire) are actually “symbolically important.”
In Frankenstein, Shelley draws our sympathy to the creature by allowing him to speak of the violation of his humanity.
Over the past two centuries, the word democracy has grown increasingly elastic: ever more subjective, relativistic, and impressionistic, until today it is really a sort of Rorschach blot.
Conservatism has more than one dimension: one is lived in a church, the other in a skyscraper—the two “houses of conservatism.”
Reclaiming the word “liberal” for conservatism may take time. Here are some options to begin.
Denying the left the use of the term liberal isn’t enough. The right has to prove it is the worthy heir of such a great inheritance.
There’s no point trying to reclaim “liberal” for conservatism: it’s beyond saving.
What’s the best way to describe a classical conservative? How about “liberal”? Daniel B. Klein explains why the term should not be relinquished to the left.
The new Federal law, simplified and condensed for your convenience by Anthony Esolen. Equally hilarious, terrifying, and true. Break at your own risk.