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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (July 19, 2015)

Abortion A study shows that about 95% of women who get an abortion have no regrets. Bioethics Hilde Lindemann makes a case for an opt-out system of organ donation rather than the default opt-in system. Culture American adults and teens … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 01/15/2012

Aesthetics Photography in the style of ancient Chinese art. A guide on buying a camera. Books An interactive account of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Culture Humans in big gatherings Economics Facts about Gold. A visualization of the economic inequality in America. … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s In the News Today: 11/06/2011

Abortion World map of abortion laws. Culture Everyone laments that the world is overpopulated since the world has reached 7 billion people.  But what if it turns out the world is actually underpopulated? 10,000 Solutions is a site that Arizona … Continue reading

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New Libertarian Blog

There’s a new libertarian blog for academics that are interested in libertarianism and social and distributive justice.  Check it out here.  (H/T to Greg)

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A Libertarian Argument Against the Judges Finding Obamacare Unconstitutional

Steven Landsburg has made an argument showing that even though libertarians are against Obamacare, one should still have reservations for the judges to find it unconstitutional.  Why is that?  Because even though mandatory healthcare could be considered constitutional by the … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned this Past Year — 2009 Edition

Instead of doing New Years Resolutions, I’ve decided to look in the past and see how I’ve learned.  To me, if one hasn’t learned things within the past year, then it’s as if one hasn’t gained wisdom.  And if that’s … Continue reading

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Skepticism and Libertarianism

At Point of Inquiry, Michael Shermer talks about the implications of skepticism and how it could lead one to a libertarian viewpoint.  It’s a good discussion which you can see here. On my perspective, I think a healthy dose of … Continue reading

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