The semester draweth to a close

Welcome to the funhouse. Click on picture to get a larger version: The city needs public space, but public space that provides a focus for activity, and not simply undifferentiated square footage. The BFT proposes to cut away space that under the unpredictable economic conditions of the foreseeable future would not be fully utilized anyway, […]

A conversation with a libertarian

Got a little argument going with a feller called Brian Drake on the Mises Institute website. I thought it was good enough to share here: The main thrust of the thing is that libertarians don’t accept the concept of society, preferring to look at it as a collection of individual actions. Strangely enough, they’re […]