Because I just found this one buried in my various drafts, so I might as well post it before it becomes completely obsolete.
Bryan Caplan, an economics professor (whom I’ve referenced before), wonders if there’s any point to going to college besides learning useful job skills. Because yeah, economics is perfect for that.
A discussion of moral luck (the concept that our ethics depend, in part, on luck), it’s relation to fascism and why some people have to wait for fascism to rise before we fight.
Milo Yiannopoulos is PO’d about journalists.