- Catalans reject comparison with Crimea (WSJ) Your humble servant is quoted therein.
- Mike Konczal tries to persuade us that Social Security and unemployment insurance make sense. To my mind, his chief errors are the equivocation between, on the one hand, private charity and mutual aid, and on the other, social insurance and poor relief (redistribution). The case that private charity cannot replace poor relief is far stronger than the case that mutual aid (and market products) cannot replace social insurance.
- New Hampshire Republican gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hemingway on the issues. Andrew is making headlines as a serious GOP gubernatorial candidate who advocates taxing, regulating, and legalizing cannabis, but he’s also got some interesting ideas on business tax reform and school choice.
March 21, 2014 by Jason Sorens