You've probably seen video clips online of reporters / vloggers hanging around Polling Places during an election asking voters basic questions like "which party controls the Senate?", "Name 3 Congressmen", "Where is Ukraine?", etc. Don't know if he still does it, but Jay Leno used to have a segment called Jaywalk where he would go … Continue reading Do Informed Voters Produce Better Results?
I was starting to write all of the following as a part of my previous post, but I figured I had completed one thought. This is another, new thought, though there are obviously some tie-ins here. I’ve often said that if I didn’t have a family to support or this affinity for crunching numbers, I … Continue reading Fellowship 2.0
The soil is fertile for the seeds of freedom
Our group with no name finally met this weekend. (We're not calling ourselves a book club. And though presently only men are meeting, we are certainly open to women joining us. For some reason, our wives find our topics boring.) We were discussing "Economics in One Lesson" by Henry Hazlitt. I would highly recommend this book, … Continue reading The soil is fertile for the seeds of freedom