Whenever he thought about it, he felt terrible. And so, at last, he came to a fateful decision. He decided not to think about it. ~John-Roger and Peter McWilliams
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10/25/2005 In reference to post #19805 concerning reading material to supplement The Economist, I would suggest www.cato.org. ...
11/23/2005 What's the name of the book written by Ezra Taft Benson where he talks about governmental ...
08/08/2008 In response to Board Question #46740 about sources on the Meiji Restoration, Katya recommended some great ...
02/06/2009 I recently have been very curious about a lot of things. What would be considered to ...
02/11/2009 Doesn't Orson Scott Card write for a newspaper? Where can I access these articles online? - ...
05/10/2010 I was wondering if you could point me to some essays or other writings that point ...
12/01/2015 Dear Shifty Canadian, Is this the manual for Shifty-Canadian-ing? -Dubious American
10/24/2005 I read the economist a lot. It's easily my favorite news source. However, I've come to ...
12/14/2009 If you were an extremely talented "producer of value" to society, would you go with John ...
01/16/2011 Do you have any recommendations for an American History book that is not textbook-like? This is ...
08/30/2015 Where do you go to read about political happenings? This is a general question, I know, ...
03/31/2015 Dear The Board, Optimistic. and I recently decided to make attack ads about people we know, ...
05/22/2012 I'm considering competing in an essay contest . I haven't read any Ayn Rand books and ...
04/17/2015 Recently Senator Harry Reid was asked if he had any regrets for spreading false charges about ...
02/18/2006 In Nineteen Eighty-Four , Oceania is constantly vascillating between an alliance with Eastasia or Eurasia. Never, ...
09/23/2012 I'm reading The Law by Frederic Bastiat. I think it is a brilliant book, and it ...