Monthly Archives: March 2019

Epistemic Enclosure

  Liberal intellectuals are going to have stop snickering at Fox News watching conservatives with the release of the Mueller Report. The term “epistemic closure” has been used to refer to the claim that political belief systems can be closed … Continue reading

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No Illusions

  I’ve been getting a lot of pushback from liberal friends about my disdain for Democrats. “You’re helping Trump,” with your criticism of the blue team, they tell me. Let me be clear–I’ve come to despise the tribalism that passes … Continue reading

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Selfishness is not a Virtue

  How did we go from a nation that reformed capitalism with the New Deal, defeated Germany and Japan in WWII, rebuilt Europe, put a man on the moon, and created the Internet; to┬áriven by inequality, overcome by addiction and … Continue reading

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Not a bug but a feature

  The 2020 election is set to be a barnburner with over a dozen Democratic challengers lining up to take a shot at Trump. With that in mind this article by neoliberal economist Brad DeLong caught my eye. DeLong, who … Continue reading

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