Thursday, December 29, 2011

P Values and more

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


If you believe as I do, then you believe that individuals entering into voluntary contracts can be very beneficial to both parties. Now, if only we could contract with animals or more specifically insects. While doing some work outdoors recently, I found myself involuntarily donating blood to the local mosquito population. I found myself swatting at them and more than anything, scratching at my new bites! You might think that I am being selfish by not being willing to share my blood with the mosquitoes. Yet this is not the case. I am more than willing to share my blood, I am just concerned about contracting a disease. If I could contract with the mosquitoes and agree to give them a pint of blood per year in exchange for them not biting me for a year. This way the mosquitoes could have the blood that they want and I can avoid the hassle of dealing with mosquito bites. This seems like a mutually beneficial arrangement, unfortunately one that will not being happening any time soon.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Political Correctness

Make sure to read about how the PC police feel about those who have unapproved thoughts.
Link to story.

Libertarian Video for Children

What you might not know about the war

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Short History of Iran Video

Monday, September 07, 2009

9/11 anniversary coming up soon

Monday, July 06, 2009

Privacy Under Attack


"Perhaps your grip on reality is not quite as firm as you might have hoped" - Todd Connelly

"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin

Words are chameleons, which reflect the color of their environment. -Learned Hand, jurist (1872-1961)

What does all of this do to the best minds among the students? Most of them endure their college years with the teeth-clenched determination of serving out a jail sentence. The psychological scars they acquire in the process are incalculable. But they struggle as best they can to preserve their capacity to think, sensing dimly that the essence of the torture is an assault on their mind. And what they feel toward their school ranges from mistrust to resentment to contempt to hatred – intertwined with a sense of exhaustion and excruciating boredom.

--Ayn Rand Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal