He that troubleth his owne house, shall inherite the wind: and the foole shall be servant to the wise of heart. Proverbs 11:29 Hans G. Schantz's The Wise of Heart is a bold foray into one of the most controversial topics in contemporary America: transgenderism. It is an inherently
#DearMickey #DisneyMustPay According to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, author Alan Dean Foster is in a copyright dispute with Disney. Disney seems to be making the rather bold claim that they only purchased the rights to distribute the works in the Star Wars universe, not the liability
John J. Reilly here proposed a more formal solution to the current unsatisfactory state of copyright law: I did a little research before I uploaded my single foray into fan fiction, The Gray Havens, which is an alternative ending for the Tolkien trilogy. My conclusion was that I could make
My latest article published by Ordinary Times is now live, Senator Warren’s Office of Drug Manufacturing. I analyze and comment on the Senator’s proposal for the federal government to manufacture generic drugs. Read and comment on it at Ordinary Times.
I hadn't remembered this term, but John brings up 'debt strikes' here. This is apparently a thing, but it is a thing that hasn't quite caught on yet. John is right that this would have bad consequences on the financial system if it ever got really popular. Any debt strike
* How Is An Emergency Room Like A Monkey Wrench? Depending on you do the accounting, emergency rooms aren't the most expensive way to get care. * LIBERALISM'S FUTURE If you combine this essay from 2016 by Rusty Reno, editor of First Things, with this 2017 article by Steve Sailer, you can
John's occasional comments on New Jersey politics were always fascinating to me. New Jersey is very much another world to this native of the American West. Even our scandals seems different. A recurring theme of John's was that the increasing harshness of criminal sentencing was an inevitable consequence of the