Libertarianism and Anti-Discrimination Law

David Bernstein has an eminently reasonable take on private-sector anti-discrimination law over at Cato Unbound. Excerpt: [T]o say the least, segregation and exclusion of African Americans in public places in the South wasn’t entirely a voluntary choice of business owners.  Jim Crow segregation involved the equivalent of a white supremacist cartel.  The cartel was enforced … Continue reading Libertarianism and Anti-Discrimination Law

Life to Change on Submarines

One of the last all-male enclaves in the military will now be letting in women, according to an announcement by the Navy on Thursday.  I have mixed initial reactions to this. Certainly, women make valuable contributions to the military, and I'd like women to have the same opportunities in the work force as men do … Continue reading Life to Change on Submarines