…or as it’s better known “MUH ROADS!”
Oh my goodness! If I have to hear “but who will build the roads?” one more time I will drive my car off the cliff – where there are no roads! Although I guess that will be counterproductive to my long-term goal of education here at Books of Liberty, so on second thoughts maybe I’ll just write a short blog post about it. Continue reading “The Privatization of Roads & Highways”
There’s the old inflation/money printing joke about Bernanke going into a pizza parlor and ordering a pizza. The guy behind the counter asks “How many slices should I cut the pizza into – six or eight?” to which Bernanke responds “I’m hungry today, better make that eight!”
I have a different question: what would you do with the extra hour if we had a 25-hour day? I’m not trying to redefine how long an hour is, I’m genuinely asking you if you had an extra hour a day, what would you spend it on? Continue reading “Getting Things Done”
Long before I found voluntaryism I read Catch-22 and determined it to be my favorite book ever. Non-fiction aside, I don’t think this has changed in the couple of decades since I first read the book. I’d like to show in this post why I still love it and why I think you would love it too!
Continue reading “Catch-22”
I never learn… When you lend someone a book you’re pretty much guaranteed never to get it back. I’ve lent (or should I say ‘reluctantly given away’) more great books than I can keep track of.
And the worse thing is that those who don’t return your books are the ones who didn’t even like the books. How do I know this? Because if you liked the first book of liberty that you read you find yourself in a never-ending quest for more. The ones who liked the books I gave them are the ones who came back to me wanting further book recommendations. Continue reading “If you gave me one book to read, which would it be?”