School stunted and stultified the entrepreneurial spirit of the American individual, thereby proletarianizing him. It turned him into a “labor force” soldier to be deployed, a pawn to be moved, a “human resource” to be allocated. And not to be deployed, moved, and allocated by himself, but by paternalistic institutions: by his employer and by his “champions” in his union and/or his government.
For millennia, humanity was held back and hungry for want of liberty and property.
Putting the Trumpening in perspective.
How ballots become bullets.
Exposing the cult ritual of voting in America.
The Broken Window Fallacy Promoted in USA Today
George R.R. Martin once asked: What does Aragorn do after he wins? Kill all the orc babies?
A victory for Brexit and the power of exit
Was the Orlando attack terrorism, hate crime, or both?
An Austrian Economist and an American Journalist
Stay Free to Be All That You Can Be
War and Terror in the Marvel and DC Film Universes
From Classrooms to Killing Fields
And Why Does Washington Hate Him So Much?
The Scourge of Africa and Her Savior Complex
Global Hegemony Without Local Knowledge
How to Make Peace Without Politics
Is America the World's Worst Girlfriend?
Far More Than Western Powers Have