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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Category Archives: How to Think

No Border Can Keep Out a Desirable Resident

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There’s a difference between resident and citizen. Residency is none of your business.

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Are elections really a good way to govern?

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Maybe voluntary trade can teach us something about how to do governance.

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Sociopathic Politics

Do sociopathic candidates suggest a sociopathic process?

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Is this election telling us something important about democracy?

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President Obama signs Obamacare

How to handle conflicting headlines about Obamacare

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This mode of analysis will save you a lot of time.

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A potent persuasion tool for you

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Millions of people are open to this approach

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Do your friends snap back to their previous positions?

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Why does this happen and what can you do about it?

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Are you greedy if you’re not a statist?

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Are you being generous when you fork over your money to a mugger?

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Must political reforms be corrupt or doomed to fail or both?

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Without corruption, politicians couldn’t get much done

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New Mental Lever

Does statism have a slippery slope?

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Discover the “power creep axiom”

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New Mental Lever

Why your political policy won’t work

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Your good intentions will be swept away in the process

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