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I Feel Like I’m Taking Crazy Pills

Do any of you notice that my blog looks different? Specifically, does it seem that a lot of the borders have disappeared? (Maybe I’ve been hacked by Bryan Caplan?) My web guy recently did an upgrade, and so I thought that was it. But when I go to the Wayback Machine to try to show […]

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Murphy Twin Spin on Economics of Climate Change

I have two new interviews out, both on the economics of climate change. ==> The first is with Jeff Deist (president of the Mises Institute). ==> The second is with Josiah Neeley and Doug McCullough, at least one of whom supports carbon taxes.

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Me on Voting

This is a good one from right before the 2016 election.

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Nordhaus vs. IPCC

I’m going to write more on this in the coming weeks, but for now, let me point you to my reaction at IER to William Nordhaus winning the Nobel, on the same day the IPCC’s latest came out. An excerpt: Now, any normal citizen reading the above two samples from our major media—who ostensibly are all […]

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AEI on Trade Deficits: The Stunning Conclusion

You have all waited with breath which is baited for the resolution. Last week I posted this AEI meme:     …and said I thought there was a basic flaw in it, but I didn’t have time to type it up then. (To repeat, I’m sure the economists at AEI know this nuance; my point […]

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Christianity and Hell

I have written several posts here on the concept of hell (although the only one I can find right now is this one). I was thinking about it again after watching this trailer of the movie “Come Sunday”: I think the only way to really make sense of hell is that the sinner in a […]

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Two Interpretations of Jesus’ Atonement

This is intended for believing Christians, and perhaps even there will only interest Protestants. I was working through different interpretations (coming from professing Christians) on the same stipulated events from Biblical history. I should stress that both sides can point to ample scriptural evidence for their perspective, and yet they paint quite different pictures of […]

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Christopher Reeve’s Training for Superman

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